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Old 03-22-2013, 09:44 PM   #51
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I just ordered them also,I had the red white and blue globe lights,they are wonderful,however when a storm comes,I am in trouble quickly!!!! After last season I knew these were the type of lights I wanted,plus sooo much less to pack and take up space!!!!! thanks for the post!!
I actually considered the globe lights too..... Until I saw some at a campground. Man were they bright! Too bright for me.
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Old 03-23-2013, 02:20 PM   #52
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Another great thread!!! I actually bought a set of the color change waterproof LEDs for our kitchen several months ago when Amazon had them on sale. I could not find a color i liked so i saved them for a future project... Looks like i just found that project!!!
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Old 03-24-2013, 12:43 PM   #53
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I can't wait to see everyone's install pics. What are the opinions on the install either on the awning roller or on the camper wall under where the awning attaches. I was thinking the latter so I can permanently install them and run The power tied into the 12v.
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Right now i am thinking that i will attach mine to the roller. I am not sure how well they will hold up being exposed to the sun all the time. I will post pics once i get them installed next weekend.
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Right now i am thinking that i will attach mine to the roller. I am not sure how well they will hold up being exposed to the sun all the time. I will post pics once i get them installed next weekend.

Mine are on the awning tube. They are never exposed to the sun. Only the plug ends stick out get direct sunlight.
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How do I know what length my awning is? I have a 19h but it's in storage and don't want to have to go there just to measure.
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How do I know what length my awning is? I have a 19h but it's in storage and don't want to have to go there just to measure.
According to the Jayco archives page the 2007 19H has a 12' awning





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I think the LED awning lights are a great idea. I would need to get to sets for the size of my awning. Can you connect two separate light sets? Is it as easy as clipping together or do you need a special part or have to splice? Info on website wasn't specific. Thanks
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Do these have an option to leave them set on cool white only?
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The multi color change set i got from Amazon LINK(same as pictured on page 1 of this thread) are 16' long LED strand. You can pick any of several colors at the push of a button. Very nice set that has everything you need in one box. If you need to splice 2 strands together you can easily do with butt splices or solder and heat shrink. i will see if i can post a pick of the ends.

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The white end attaches to the transformer and sensor. The 4 wires can be spliced to another set.
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