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I have 2 cmb24 and I am getting a crossover feed I have things lighting up when they should not

I do have wires running together zip tie together the network cable is separate as far away as I can get them and the other wires

I am getting some type of cross feed

are there any common cause for this

or not enough detail about the problem

thanks

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Make sure it's not a sequencing problem.

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Example train buy it self (only thing programed) all others off

trees flashing on and off(rgb) red lights

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Example train buy it self (only thing programed) all others off

trees flashing on and off(rgb) red lights

Ah could you put this a different way. I am sure you meant by not buy and not sure about the rest of the statement. I assume these are dumb RGB lights. And you have some strings on a train and some strings on a tree. Now you say you do not have any of the tree channels with 0% power. Yet the tree is flashing. What kind of power supply do you have? Both voltage and current or wattage. What are your RGB lights rated at, voltage and current needs?

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12 volt power supply rated at 30 amps only part of the train using LEDs and yes they are dumb LEDs

are spokes on wheels

I'm going to recheck the wiring

I'll get back to you guys after I check the wiring

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