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75redman last won the day on September 23 2018

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About 75redman

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  • Birthday 11/17/1975

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    Ramona, Ca. (San Diego County)
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    Christmas Light Hoarder

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    First year for 2012. Starting with 48ch. 10,000 lights
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  1. JR May I please get a copy of this one. Thank you so much!! Rodney 75redman@gmail.com
  2. 75redman


    I did my first couple of years. Now, 6 years later, not so much.
  3. Yup. Exactly what I used. I use 2 of them. My tree pole is 2 10 ft sections of 1 1/4 inch and a 5 ft section of black water pipe. With the pins and 4 guy wires I haven't had an issue in 5 years.
  4. Would love a copy James. Thanks so much. 75redman@gmail.com
  5. Like Don said, using the computer controls the lights. The best thing to do is make an animation sequence with all the lights on. As long as all lights on doesn't overload the controller.
  6. Hey James... I'd like to take a look at this one. Thanks. 75redman@gmail dot com
  7. I've store my controllers in the garage for the past 5 years and have had no issues. Light and props are also stored in garage, attic, and shed.
  8. If you have them mounted to eves pointing down you're limited on distance. If they're pointed up you can cover a larger area. Just something to consider.
  9. If you're just playing it through SE make sure control lights tab is checked.
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