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The iconic Bay Bridge LED light display unexpectedly lit up again on Sunday night due to a glitch in the system’s off switch.

The display, which had been turned off a week prior, illuminated during the Oscars broadcast, leaving some joking on social media about its “surprise encore presentation.” The nonprofit organization in charge of the lights attributed the malfunction to a software issue related to Daylight Saving Time.

While the lights have served as a work of art for nearly a decade, they have deteriorated and require replacement.

The organization is seeking $10 million for a more durable system, with over $6 million raised so far.

Once the funding is secured, the new installation is expected to take eight to ten months.

The hope is that the new lights will last for more than a decade, with advancements in LED technology that can withstand the harsh San Francisco Bay conditions.

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