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  1. Hi All, I've created a superstar sequence with a Facebook logo and Like.... Please enhance or use as you see fit. Any comments are welcome! <<remove the .txt.>> -Michael facebook.sup.txt
  2. No worries, thanks for the posts. I'll take apart my show this weekend and do some good bench work.. I'll see if I can't isolate the issue and provide more insight into what's going on...
  3. i shut off the breaker at the panel. still happens...
  4. I have this same problem. This is the first year (of 6) and it just started last night. It's doing it across 2 controllers, and three channels. No computer, but the lights still come on about 15-20%. With the show on, it's fine... Maybe it's the cold? It's 15 degree's here. sorry, I should add, I'm not overly concerned, since the season is over for me starting tomorrow. And, my lights are not LED's on these controllers.
  5. This year, first year in 6 years, I have channels that are on, even though no show is active. I even have the computer disconnected. I'm hoping it's just because the weather is around 10 degree's right now... The channels respond to commands appropriately during the show, but when the shows off, they are still lit. Only some..... And, it's not consistent. Last night it was a blow mold, this morning a deer, and about an hour ago some tree lighting...
  6. I agree, it is easy to move a meter around... I was just thinking it would make them look cool....
  7. by chance, was there any type of ICS (internet connection sharing) going on? Maybe the OS thought the other driver was a LAN and created a bridge?
  8. Team, Would you purchase a product like this? Please take a moment to vote and or leave a message...
  9. Team, I have four of these, but I would like more. I've googled for the last two years and just cannot find them anymore. We bought these about 6 years ago and I would love to get some more. Any help would be greatly appreciated...
  10. Just adding some more details.... The electric company has come out three times now. They said they put a "meter" on the "line" and don't see any drops. They see my house draw more, but that's to be expected when I turn on the lights. They did upgrade the cable on my feed into the transformer from aluminum to copper. They didn't think that would fix it (it didn't) but they are trying anything they can think of. They did find an article on Google that said VHF signal could interfere with LED lights. Not the problem either, since my 1watt FM transmitter is nothing compared to the 50,000watts from KISS107.9 FM just 10 miles away from me. I shut off my FM transmitter and it didn't make a difference. So here's what I'm thinking I can do to minimize the symptoms, but still not sure what the root cause is. I took my neighbors dimmer switch off the kitchen lights and noticed it was a dimmer for incan's only. So, I replaced it with a non-dimming switch and I'll see what happens tonight. There is only one song that I can tell based on the dimming of the lights inside my house.... One of 8 songs...
  11. my problem is I have 22 recessed lights in the first floor and 7 in the master bedroom. I couldn't put those on a ups...
  12. Thanks for the responses. Much appreciated. I don't suppose adding more service to my house would help? I already have 200amps.
  13. Hi Team, Any thoughts on this. I have 130 C9 bulbs on the ridge of my house. When they go on and off, they are causing the recessed LED lights inside my house to flicker. It's annoying, but last year, I lived with it for the month. This year however, my neighbor across the street has put all recessed LED can's in his house and my show is causing HIS lights to flicker as well. In total, it's only about 7.58amp's of inrush. so, I'm not sure why it's (1) causing mine, and really not sure why it's causing his to flicker. No one else in the block has recessed LED can's so it's just me and him. I could replace all 130 C9's with dimmable LED C9's, but I just returned the 50' lift, so that would have to wait until next season. I'm hesitant to call the power company yet, since their response will most likely be, it's your 130 C9's (duh). When I plug my chevy volt in, I get an inrush of over 14 amps and I don't have a flicker on that, so why just these ridge lights.... hmmmm...
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