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wmilkie

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About wmilkie

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  • Birthday 12/27/1955

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Forney, TX
  • Occupation
    Retired- Electronic Technician

More About Me

  • Interests
    Christmas, wood working, grandkids(3)
  • How I learned about Light-O-Rama -
    internet
  • Favorite Decorating Holiday?
    National Pumpkin Pie Day

LOR Software

  • LOR Software Version
    5.2.0
  • License Level
    Pro

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  1. a little late to the conversation, but we moved to Forney 1 year ago; love to keep in touch with anyone in the area
  2. A little late, but did you ever get one?
  3. really sorry to see you go Earl; I haven't done much the last few years but you were a great help for me in the past; take care and good luck
  4. thanks had a 10foot pixel tree last year, no tree for 2017 but will change it to a 20foot for 2018; this is helpful
  5. I used some pixel clips from http://boscoyostudio.com/, tie wrapped them to 1/2" emt; mounted emt clips to roof: snap pixel/emt assys to clips Some assemblies are permanently mounted to underneath eaves, others are at easy level to put up and take down Built my pixel tree the same way
  6. glad you figured it out; I usually forget to plug something back in, like power, lights, audio, etc
  7. in s4, Visualizer works significantly better
  8. if the configuration is correct, and just the lights don't light, maybe check the fuses and make sure the little green connectors are plugged in all the way, loose connection for led power etc
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