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About johneguns

  • Birthday 03/06/1974

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  • My favorite Christmas story
    going out with my family looking at Christmas lights
  • Location
    crestview hills,ky ,41017
  1. I don't think that is the case because they are in the same place on every set and they are much larger than the light socket plug they were put there for a reason.
  2. I always thought there were resisters in there but now I'm kinda lost there is no metal of any kind. these were extra's stapled to the end like the fuses and replacement bulbs
  3. there are the pics anyone have any ideals now?
  4. ok a friend on another sight bought some lights at Target and they came with these extra plugs that appear to go were the resisters are. does anyone know what these are or what they do?
  5. I would also check to make sure that in the sequence you have assighned a controller for ex. 2nd set of 16 channles have been assigned controller #2 and the 3rd set of 16 set to controller 3 so on and so forth.
  6. Dennis great explanation! thank you because I always wonder ok so why not just add more LED's what's the difference and now I know.
  7. thanks had a feeling that was the issue but wasn't 100% sure.you think a adding a c7 first thing on the line would stop this?
  8. I'm having this problem with LED'S that are not ran on my controller but are on a photo cell timer. any thoughts?
  9. I have this going on also, I haven't tried anything to fix it yet but look forward to seeing what everyone else has to say.
  10. I could be wrong but I don't think weight will be an issue with the fan being upside down and not hanging, you should be fine I have used those motors before and haven't had any problems. Good luck I can't wait to see the finished product.
  11. looks very cool! I was thinking about how to move the skater and was thinking maybe you could use a magnet on a piece of plywood that would go around on your fan that would be placed under the glass then another magnet on the bottom of the skater. no moving part exsposed to the weather.
  12. no I been doing this for about 8 years now with no issues and my home insurance company assured me that I was covered. I use the mini bulbs so not much risk there and their are only 2 guide wires/ ropes on the first arch that anyone could even think about tripping on, and it would be no different than if they tripped on one from my inflatables.
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