2 strings are dim and one bright
The three string of led lights are connected in series. the last string is bright and the others are dim. What can I do?
1st thing I would do is to change the order of the 3 strands
- to see if the problem follows that specific strand or if the same strand position (3rd) is consistently brighter no matter which strand is put there
I have an odd situation myself
- bulbs at beginning of strand are dim, but then the rest are bright
I take a dim one out and swap with a bright one from the back half
- bingo: bright becomes dim and visa versa
Have you replaced any of the bulbs or fuses?If you still have the box the lights came in, check to see the wattage of the bulbs it takes. Assuming you are talking about mini-lights, you can't mix wattages. Some take the 2.5 - 3.5 watt bulbs, and others take 6 watt bulbs.
I bought 2 strands of outdoor lights and one dimmed after a heavy rainfall. Here’s the problem with these lights. The sockets are hollow. The long light bulb is supposed to go through the socket, squeeze between the 2 plastic wires to act as a water barrier. This is a HUGE DESIGN FLAW as water seeps into the sockets creating electrical shorts, blown fuses and corrosion. I’m very disappointed in NOMA because the company is aware of this problem because the light bulb casings have holes in the tips to allow the water to drain. I’ve been buying NOMA products for years and now I’m questioning their products. I’m returning both strands of these outdoor lights for poor quality.
So the fix is quite easy once you understand it! So by trial and erare I got it!
Don’t understand how they Noma can not inform about such a easy FIX!
When one of the strings don’t seem to work they do just much dimmer. Look at bulbs one by one and you will notice that there mabe one, two or even more that do not light up at all! change them out and problem fixed!