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Old 06-10-2017, 03:12 PM   #71
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Had 5 meters of blue LED light strip in my inventory. Decided to add accent lighting over the main slide. Ran a switch down the adjacent wall.

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Did you mount the LEDs to the ceiling or the slide? How did you run the wires? I was thinking about doing this but wasn't sure where to run wires and get power easily.

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Old 06-10-2017, 04:14 PM   #72
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Is that soft or stiff foam?

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Soft. I had some foam board I attempted to cut but the area being covered has too much framing and orifices to contend with. The 'run-of-the-mill' 2" soft foam I had left over from another project was easy to cut and join together. Placed a foam layer under the top panel too. Came out better than expected.
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Did you mount the LEDs to the ceiling or the slide? How did you run the wires? I was thinking about doing this but wasn't sure where to run wires and get power easily.

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To the wall behind the slide trim. I ran the wires behind the adjacent pantry and down to the compartment that houses my converter and power distribution panel. Spliced into the 15 amp fused wire that feeds the existing ceiling lights. If your distribution panel is on the other side of the coach, I'm unsure of where you'd pick up 12 volts. Maybe the slide overhead lights themselves?
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Old 06-18-2017, 08:18 PM   #74
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Where did you get the vents for your roof that close? I have been wanting to this for a while.
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Where did you get the vents for your roof that close? I have been wanting to this for a while.
Amazon.com.
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