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  1. Default New tutorial posted! LED lights! 
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    Here is my latest tutorial, Its one of my better ones, these LEDs have made me alot of friends locally LOLhttp://www.hauntersdigest.com/2011/0...han-1-per-led/
     

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    I'm on the East Coast, so I'm the first to say WOW!!! Thank you Allen! Terrific Tutorial!
     

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    i love it Allen ...... You just saved many people lots of $$$$$ on buying ledís ( I know u saved us 200 dollars because I was going to order some lights this weekend and now ill just make my own!!!
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allen H View Post
    Here is my latest tutorial, Its one of my better ones, these LEDs have made me alot of friends locally LOLhttp://www.hauntersdigest.com/2011/0...han-1-per-led/
    Hey Allen,

    Excellent video and I think it's great for the industry. Haunts need to be lit using low voltage systems for safety reasons. Even though we are LED spotlight vendors, we started lighting our haunt using similar techniques (heat-shrink and paperclip) a few years ago.

    - Quan

    The world's SMALLEST and BRIGHTEST LED spotlights! Built for haunters.
     

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    Oh, I see you have your own little forum down here.

    I watched it too. Very nice. Completely understandable.


    Another fabulous post from the U.S.Department of Wild Imaginings, now in spectaclar stereo, sponsored by the Adhesives and Sealants Council, suggesting ways to stick things together since the 1800s. Not fabulous in a gay way. Your results may vary. Illinois residents add 8% sales tax. These posts have been made by professional post makers, do not try this type of posting on your own without extensive training, lovely assistants and a trusty clown horn.
     

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    Great tutorial!! I'm thinking we might have to try this at my mini home haunt for my son's birthday party and Halloween night too. Thanks so much for the tutorial!!!

    Ya know, I'm STILL waiting to see you MacGyver up some rats outta laundry lint. This sounds like so cool!!!! Come on....give us the rats next week, LOL!!!
     

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    Yup, I'm building some! Thanks Allen!
     

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    Just ordered my LEDs and power supplies!
     

  9. Default Power supply resource 
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    I have built all of my LEDs this way. Thanks to Allen. A resource for your power supplies is pawn shops and second hand stores. Ihave a pawn shop in my town that has a big bucket full of power supplies. I buy them for $.99 each. You just have to look through the mess for the proper 12vdc and correct miiliamp output. Hope that helps ya and save some money.

    Chaos
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    I started building these last night! I ordered enough lights to build 60.
     

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