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    Default Re: Full Wave Rectifier boards?

    I purchased ron's stash.

    So, I will most certainly have extras. Once I get the shipment and finish my inventory of strings that need updating, I will post a message here with the extras.

    Frank

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    Default Re: Full Wave Rectifier boards?

    Quote Originally Posted by FrankP View Post
    I purchased ron's stash.

    So, I will most certainly have extras. Once I get the shipment and finish my inventory of strings that need updating, I will post a message here with the extras.

    Frank
    Awesome Frank .. glad to hear it.
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    Default Re: Full Wave Rectifier boards?

    Am I remembering this correctly that I have to cut something in the middle of a 100 mini led string from Walmart to get these to work?

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    Default Re: Full Wave Rectifier boards?

    Quote Originally Posted by EricR View Post
    Am I remembering this correctly that I have to cut something in the middle of a 100 mini led string from Walmart to get these to work?
    when you connect the rectifier to the light string, typically only half the string will light. Where that happens you need to cut and swap the two wires. Some strings have three or four sections to them, so you might have to do the cut and flip several times per string...

    I have done this many times! If you want in person help let me know it's easier to show it then to describe it...
    Joel


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    Default Re: Full Wave Rectifier boards?

    as i was working on my new pixel tree to day i had to look in my ccr stash for some items.and guess what i found a stash of the full wave boards and super string shorter boards now im willing to shar a few of the f/w boards but i will give to ss boards away i don t have the info for the resistors for them i don t have a count on what i have but if you need a few drop me a pm.my Christmas stocks are starting to look like a hoarder has taken over.
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