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Author Topic: Royal Santa Bubble Light  (Read 8042 times)

Offline Claire

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Royal Santa Bubble Light
« on: January 02, 2010, 04:45:19 pm »
I need to get it re-wired.  Where can I buy the electrical cord with the socket for the bubble light?  Or where can I get it re-wired?

Offline jonathan cassiday

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Re: Royal Santa Bubble Light
« Reply #1 on: January 05, 2010, 12:38:42 pm »
have you already removed the existing socket or can you remove it? that would be where i would start. I have also seen where people will convert a royal santa from holding a bubble light to holding a bottlebrush tree and light it from the inside using a premade cord used in porcelin villages, but if it was a true bubble light santa i would personally keep it holding its lamp. I just bought one this year and it looks like the socket may be difficult to remove form the unit itself, and once removed would requre a shell type socket instead of the newer tab type sockets as it would have to fit into the original opening unless it were modified.
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