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Hi all.
The power supplies have failed for some Christmas / Fairy lights that are used all year round.
Do you know if you can get just a standard transformer or driver for these things?
Obviously the button to make them flash and stuff won’t work or will only like for like plug types have to be used?
 

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You can sometimes get these from eBay or the like. Search the model number.
if you are buying, they need to match input voltage, output voltage, max output amps, and output socket configuration
 

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If you're talking basic Christmas/fairy lights and the Xfr came with it, the best bet is just to replace the whole lot. How are the lights terminated at the unit....can you disconnect them at terminals or what? If not, it looks like the bin calls.
 

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