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Old 07-17-2013, 10:00 PM   #1461
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Great tip on the dream led's,
thanks!
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X2 am getting ready to mount mine and this has surely saved me some aggravation for sure.

Love this place.
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Old 07-17-2013, 11:01 PM   #1462
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Plastic cable channel

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Looks good. I see on a separate post you fixed your dead light issue.

What did you use to cover your wires going up the wall?
I would like to do something similar.
I used a plastic cable channel that I got at HD.. First you mount the base of the channel, run the wires then snap the top on the channel...
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Old 07-18-2013, 06:56 AM   #1463
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I used a plastic cable channel that I got at HD.. First you mount the base of the channel, run the wires then snap the top on the channel...
Excellent info. Thx!
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Old 07-18-2013, 08:01 AM   #1464
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I Am Guessing You Mean Home Depot And I Also Guess This Channel Is Clear.All I Saw OnHome Depot Web Site Was A White Solid Color Channel Please Show Pics If You Can Thanks For Your Help Leaving For A 8 Day Trip And Would Love To Have My Lights Installed Before.
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Old 07-18-2013, 09:08 AM   #1465
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I Am Guessing You Mean Home Depot And I Also Guess This Channel Is Clear.All I Saw OnHome Depot Web Site Was A White Solid Color Channel Please Show Pics If You Can Thanks For Your Help Leaving For A 8 Day Trip And Would Love To Have My Lights Installed Before.
Adony did post a picture. That is what got me interested in what Adony used to cover the wires. Check Adony's post --> post #1243.

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This is a link to Adony's post with a picture of the channel
Note: I don't think the above link works in Mobile devices, but the one below should.

This is a link to Adony's post with a picture of the channel


I am guessing this is the channel used (or similar) but I will let Adony confirm. http://www.homedepot.ca/product/wire...c-white/911710
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Old 07-18-2013, 09:25 AM   #1466
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We had planned to mount a new set of LED's to replace the ones installed elarlier this summer. What with all the rain we have had over the past month, that has proven to be almost impossible. The coach is covered and has not seen the sunshine now in almost a month. With that said, I may be installing LED's when we arrive at Goshen. The ones on there are fine, just wanted to move them up under the awning a little higher and out of the weather in case we get rain going up in two weeks:
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Old 07-18-2013, 09:27 AM   #1467
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We had planned to mount a new set of LED's to replace the ones installed elarlier this summer. What with all the rain we have had over the past month, that has proven to be almost impossible. The coach is covered and has not seen the sunshine now in almost a month. With that said, I may be installing LED's when we arrive at Goshen. The ones on there are fine, just wanted to move them up under the awning a little higher and out of the weather in case we get rain going up in two weeks:
We have not installed our awning lights yet either LKicklight! I am so bummed! Too much going on that seems more important! Maybe we can help each other get them installed while in Goshen! Heck we will finally have a week to have fun!
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Old 07-18-2013, 09:30 AM   #1468
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You bring some of those Key Lime Cup Cakes, good Lord, I will fly to the moon. Planning on bringing my latter, know we can count on TRUB and OLD COOT for some added supervision.


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We have not installed our awning lights yet either LKicklight! I am so bummed! Too much going on that seems more important! Maybe we can help each other get them installed while in Goshen! Heck we will finally have a week to have fun!
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You bring some of those Key Lime Cup Cakes, good Lord, I will fly to the moon. Planning on bringing my latter, know we can count on TRUB and OLD COOT for some added supervision.
Oh my gosh those were sooooo yummy!! I might be talked into making more! I better make sure our propane tanks are topped off for Goshen! Hee! I just hope I have all the necessary supplies on hand for the install! Yeah I am sure we can get OC and Turbs to stand still next to each other long enough to supervise!
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A friend of ours at church, who is also an outstanding cook & wine maker, made a Key Lime Cake a few weeks ago for our picnic, oh my God, I have her receipt for the cake....sure would enjoy making one of those to take with us. Right now I am baby sitting a new kitten that DW brought home last night. Out 16 pound male does not seem to like the little girl, afraid he may take her head off if left alone. Here we were wondering what to do with him while we are gone?
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