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Thebug

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About Thebug

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  • Birthday 04/02/1985

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    Pocatello Idaho
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    Rn

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    Fly fishing and tying Christmas lights
  • How I learned about Light-O-Rama -
    Other forums and research on light shows
  • Favorite Decorating Holiday?
    Christmas

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    4.3.36
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  1. It was cool when they did the Beethoven song and the ark to music was supper neat
  2. What boxes are you guys putting them in?
  3. https://www.planetchristmas.com/index.php?/forums/topic/58912-3-car-driveway-arch/&tab=comments#comment-660614 An idea
  4. A solution that i found easyer I took the boscoyo snowflakes and then added 70bulb c6 colored strands to them and mounted them on pvc pipe. I think i bought 24 in ones. These are drilled for pixles but the c6 bulbs pushed right through. https://www.boscoyostudio.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=2_59
  5. I had something similar happening to me last year. Im going make the assumption that you have multiple controllers and arent using pixels. The way to identify what one of your controllers is the offender is to go to Hardware utility and then go to the Light console. Start turning your controllers on one at a time and taking them to half power then if no reaction occurs turn it off and move on to the next one. When the bad controller is selected and taken to half power you will notice lights flickering on turned off controllers. Take a short video and submit a ticket with the help desk because you're going to end up having to send it into Lor.
  6. I have all mine saved to my google drive as well as an external harddrive and my computer. Cant save to many places
  7. Another idea . Out of rgb or even just rope lights would be awesome
  8. https://hebestorm.com/products/waterproof-solder-wire-connectors?variant=13342870896753 Twenty bucks for a hundred pack is not a bad price for these watertight self soldering connectors
  9. You know another good option is the ASP pool by monkhouse. With my dad's who took it up 35 ft to the top put a huge star up there and then hung 10000 lights off of it so it's a incredibly over-engineered solution but I'm never worried about it having any problems. I also use his portable hole and it's kept it down really well we've had three windstorms that exceeded 50 miles an hour this year already and I've had no problems with anything coming apart or bending or anything
  10. Once upon a time in college I worked for a company doing wiring for data so I learned to always separate my data and power. I will start looking I to the neutral connections thanks for the ideas
  11. I did that and it is still doing it. It's really strange that it only happens when i fade those channels that channels on other controllers Flash blink and turn on at a reduced power. It's like it's creating feedback that's turning other channels on when I swap in a different controller it doesn't do that.
  12. I have a controller that when I fade it to 50% lights on other controllers start firing at 50% and it's only on numbers 9 through 16. All this is a ctb16pc gen 3 controller. Do I got a bad something in the board?
  13. I was po pulling my hair out the channel config fixed it I had at some point inadvertently changed it some how
  14. I'm just finishing up a sequence in as I'm watching it on the visualizer I'm noticing that even in the middle of the big fade in one of my channels is just randomly turning on hundred percent when it's not supposed to be. There's only one track to this sequence and some trying to figure out why this thing is coming on when it shouldn't be any ideas or thoughts?
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