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Cable length to first light? Is there a female cord end at the end of the light run for plugging another light string into.
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Does this item have plugs at both ends so you can string two 50ft lengths together to make one 100ft length?
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Cable length to first light? Is there a female cord end at the end of the light run for plugging another light string into.
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Does this item have plugs at both ends so you can string two 50ft lengths together to make one 100ft length?

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"Ironton 50-Ft. String Lights - 5 Lampholders, 125 Volts, 15 Amps"

Item# 28742
"The Ironton 50-ft. string lights features 5 lampholders with plastic lampguards spaced 10-ft. apart on a single 125V, 15 Amp, 14/3 cord with grounded plug. Provides an even string of bright lighting. UL listed. Volts 125, Bulb Type A21 or A23, Watts 150, String Length ft. 50, Cord Size 14/3, Bulbs qty. 5 not included, Amps 15, UL Listed Yes, Power Cord ft. 50, Weather Resistant No, Indoor/Outdoor Use Indoor. Each holder handles a bulb up to 150 Watts sold separately, providing up to 750 Watts of total illumination Cold-weather vinyl cord jacket remains flexible in temperatures below freezing for easy configuration Includes mesh carry bag"
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Questions & Answers for "Ironton 50-Ft. String Lights - 5 Lampholders, 125 Volts, 15 Amps"

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Cable length to first light? Is there a female cord end at the end of the light run for plugging another light string into.

What is the length of the cable from the male cord end to the first light socket? I've seen some that had approx. 10 ft. of cable before the first light socket which is very handy, and practical. And, I've seen some light strings that only provided 2 ft., or less, of cable between the male cord end and the first light, which is very impractical and almost useless. This does come with a female cord end at the end of the light run also correct? So as to connect two of these light strings together to make a 100-ft. run. Please let me know, looking to buy numerous sets of these.
Thank you for your time.
asked 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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answer 1
Ironton Expert
The cable length to the first light is 101". The light does have a female end to plug in another set of lights. Do not connect more than two sets together using 150 watt bulbs. If dimming occurs use less wattage bulbs.
answered 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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IrontonExpert13
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Can I connect 2 of these together?

To make 100 ft.
asked 1 year, 4 months ago
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Anonymous
 - San Antonio Tx
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answer 1
Ironton Expert
The Ironton 50-Ft. String Lights can be connected together.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
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IrontonExpert
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answer 2
Yes there is a female end connector so you can attach another string of lights if needed.
answered 8 months ago
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JerryL1042
 - Strafford, NH
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answer 3
I have 2 sets hooked together but I'm using CFL bulbs as to not go over the wattage rating. Mine have had no problems
answered 4 months, 3 weeks ago
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JasonColumbia
 - Columbia, KY
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answer 4
We did, but it seems to fade in and out. We haven't tried it singular yet, will advise when we do
answered 3 months, 3 weeks ago
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courgar444
 - Peach Bottom, PA
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answer 5
Yes. There is a male plug at one end and a female plug at the other to allow for stringing sets together and/or using an extension cord to get the lights where you need them.
answered 3 months ago
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AJ60
 - Keswick, VA
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answer 6
yes
answered 2 months ago
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Tdogtrooper
 - lincoln park nj
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Are these approved for wet or damp location?

asked 4 months ago
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Zenobia
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answer 1
Ironton Expert
The Ironton 50-Ft. String Lights should be used in a dry location. They are not waterproof.
answered 3 months, 4 weeks ago
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IrontonExpert
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answer 2
we have them hanging 20' off the ground in trees and used the rubber coated safety bulbs. they will not stay up past christmas but will be stored. we covered the connections with electrical tape and have had no issues in bad weather
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Tdogtrooper
 - lincoln park nj
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