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Old 08-10-2013, 08:45 PM   #1
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I added under cabinet lighting LEDs
I wired it to the two puck lights above stove.

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Old 08-13-2013, 06:21 AM   #2
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I think that looks pretty cool.... Well done
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I like it. Very nice. Now have more ideas for future lighting. How did you run the wires? Did you have to use fish tape? That's really cool.
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I like it. Very nice. Now have more ideas for future lighting. How did you run the wires? Did you have to use fish tape? That's really cool.
No fish tape. I drilled 9/64" holes in bottom of cabinet and each shelf ran the wire up to the puck lights above the stove and taped into that line. Above the cabinet is a removable panel (two screws not attached well) while I was there I replaced shoddy connectors with crimp Jelly beans (Molex Connector)( Molex Incorporated - 19160-0009 - Crimp Terminals, Lugs and Wire Nuts - Crimp Terminals - Allied Electronics ) Hid wire behind cabinet stiles with wire ties and wire tie mounts. I also did the switch panel back lighting with both rocker switch and a switch that works the door http://pinterest.com/eightydo/voltage-3200-upgrades/
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Slicker than slick. Like that. I'll definitely be looking into this one as well. Thanks for sharing the links, too. Good stuff.
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Slicker than slick. Like that. I'll definitely be looking into this one as well. Thanks for sharing the links, too. Good stuff.
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