LED Keeper, LED Christmas Light Repair Tool

LED Keeper, LED Christmas Light Repair Tool

$ 25.99

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The Only Kit Able to Diagnose and Repair LED Light Sets

How LED Keeper Works

The LED Keeper uses insulation piercing to connect to the copper within the light set wires and illuminate functioning sections by creating mini-circuits.... Click here to view complete product details...

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The Only Kit Able to Diagnose and Repair LED Light Sets

How LED Keeper Works

The LED Keeper uses insulation piercing to connect to the copper within the light set wires and illuminate functioning sections by creating mini-circuits. Success will be achieved through the process of elimination.

Is the battery included with the LED Keeper?

Yes, a 9V battery required to power the LED Keeper is included.

Where is the battery located?

The 9V battery is located on the underside of the LED Keeper near the power cord. The battery needs to be attached to the battery connector within the battery compartment appropriately.

How do I know if my LED Keeper is functional?

The LED Keeper has a red light on the top of the tool that will illuminate when the trigger is pulled. This will let the user know that their LED Keeper is powered.

Will the LED Keeper harm a light set?

No. Although the LED Keeper uses insulation piercing technology in order to tap into the LED light set and illuminate functional sections, the material used to manufacture the insulation has the tendency to heal itself. The miniature puncture left behind might not even be visible since it is so tiny.

What happens if I connect the LED Keeper to the wrong wire?

Connecting the LED Keeper to the wrong wire on the light set will not cause any harm to the light set, tool, or the user. The LED Keeper will simply not be able to illuminate functional sections or benefit the user if the wrong wire is tapped into.

Will the LED Keeper work on incandescent light sets?

No, the LED Keeper uses a different technology specifically developed to perform on LEDs. Fortunately, the LightKeeper Pro is able to fix incandescent holiday lights and has the required technology for these sets.

Why would I use a POD?

The user would use a POD if they are experiencing a socket issue that cannot be solved, if the precise replacement bulb for the set cannot be located, or if the user has a non-replaceable (sealed construction) LED light set.

Are the PODs supposed to illuminate like an actual light bulb?

The PODs will not illuminate. It does not mean that they are dysfunctional. They simply were not designed to do so. The POD is necessary for the repair of the LED set in order to maintain the electrical balance. Since the user did remove a LED from the set, more voltage is being forced upon the remaining functional bulbs.

Does it matter if I have replaceable or non-replaceable light sets for the LED Keeper to work?

The LED Keeper will work on both replaceable and non-replaceable sets along with the LED Keeper PODs.

Will the Bulb Tester test all LED bulbs?

The LED Keeper's Bulb Tester is designed to test the majority of designs available. However, the Bulb Tester may not be able to accommodate all designs.

Will the Bulb Tester test incandescent bulbs?

No. The LED Bulb Tester does not have the technological design to do so. It will only function for LEDs.

Will the LED Keeper help me fix my pre lit Christmas tree?

No, likely not. The LED Keeper will not help with most pre lit LED Christmas trees due to the typical wiring on pre lit trees being different than that found in typical LED light strings.

How does the Fuse Tester work?

The user simply places the fuse in question upon the Fuse Tester. It is necessary to place the metal ends of the fuse upon the metal contacts of the Fuse Tester to receive an accurate reading. There is no need to pull the trigger. If the fuse is good, the red light upon the LED Keeper will illuminate. If the fuse is bad and not usable, the red light will not illuminate.

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