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Solar LED Twig Starburst Lights,Set of 2

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Solar LED Twig Starburst Lights,Set of 2
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Description
Plow & Hearth Exclusive

A burst of naturally-inspired décor, this set of two Solar Twig Starbursts feature miniature LED lights for petite pricks of bright light. Powered by a remote solar panel, these light features are an eco-friendly, fun way to decorate indoor or out. Each features a hanging loop.

• Set of two solar twig starburst lights
• Feature LED lights on faux twigs in exploded star shape
• Powered by remote solar panel
• Eco-friendly, fun way to decorate indoors or out
• Each features hanging loop
• LED bulb 3V; Solar panel 5.5V

Size
15-3/4" dia.

Reviews
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4.0 (based on 1 customer reviews)

By Bob
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Comments about Product:
The product arrived with the solar panel and starbursts all connected together. The rechargeable battery box has a push button switch not mentioned in the instructions. Unfortunately, the switch seemed not to work and the lights would not stay on even after exposing the panel to full sunlight all day. Double clicking the switch made the lights flash. Almost returned the product. By luck, we discovered that unplugging the solar panel from the battery box and re-inserting the connector reversed 180 degrees from how it arrived is the way to get the lights working. The switch cycles from "off" to "on steady" to "on flashing" to "off" again. There is one shared solar panel, so the two starbursts need to be hung within a few feet of each other.

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