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Old 01-11-2010, 02:00 PM   #15
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I don't have to have l.e.d.'s, but I have to have a fixture with that flange around it so I can seal it with silicone. And these are the only ones I can find with that flange.

Blizz, you are a sharp eye. I didn't even pay any attention to those connectors. Ya, I could certainly pull them out and solder them. Good idea. The two I've put in so far are sealed in now tho. I'm not going to pull them out to do that. If they quit working I'll know just where to look first tho. The rest of them I'll bring my soldering pencil to. What about crimp on connectors? Are those no good either? Certainly easier than soldering. I have the crimping tool too.
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