The Paramedic wrote:I used my 2 spare LED lights at the buttom of my machine. Not for any purpose really. Guess you can compare it to when people put lights under their cars!! It looks good but it has no purpose at all..
symbology wrote:Here is a rough diagram of how I have the lights setup.
GDK wrote:Thanks a lot! These are useful hints. I think I got the same lights - black flexible strip, warm white colour, 1 ft length. I also purchased from them a 5W 12V external adapter.
Endo wrote:Here's a cup view with the Dioder pods as well. Lots of light in the cup.
The Dioders go on so easily (on in 5 minutes, wires out the bottom, and no tools required). I moved them forward more this week (in front of the hot water tap). This makes it so I can remove the front panel easier.
peter wrote:How do the dioder lights mount?
peter wrote:Did you plug yours into the wall? What would you think about splicing them into the machines circuit somewhere?
symbology wrote:GDK wrote:Thanks a lot! These are useful hints. I think I got the same lights - black flexible strip, warm white colour, 1 ft length. I also purchased from them a 5W 12V external adapter.
One more tip for you. The back section of wire that crosses the group runs underneath the group. The front section runs up and over the group. I just push the end of the string up and over the group, then out the other side.
CoffeeLegs wrote:anyone talk me through where you routed the cables or the steps you took installing them?
CoffeeLegs wrote:I picked up some velcro strips with sticky backs that will hopefully hold the lights in place and can then be adjusted slightly if needs be.
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