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@holdmanchristmas I have a friend Charlie in Utah who said you were going to say that when i told him i was going to ask you this question.I concur though that the lights work perfectly even when we have snow(and freezing temps)as long as it's JUST snow.Unfortunately we tend to get rain also.Guess i just have to deal w/it.Kind of disappointing though because we do get a lot if traffic and it makes me crazy when things don't work perfectly.I love seeing those brake lights!Thanks for the response.
@CharlesBartowskiHere - We have problems also when it gets wet, but the thing is here in Utah it is usually always below freezing. You only have problems with GFIs with water so snow and ice is not a problem. There have been 1 or 2 nights when it gets a little warmer that cause the GFIs to trip but when it is cold, even with 2 feet of snow, the show runs great.
God Bless You for all that you do!If i could ask one question, it would be how do you deal w/moisture issues?I'm no pro(more like Clark Griswold)but i am going to have a little over 30,000 lights this year and i always have trouble w/the GFI's tripping when it gets wet.I've always wrapped w/plastic bags,used electrical tape etc..but recently i heard that you trap in moisture that way.Advice PLEASE!! I thank you for any help you can offer,Frank.BTW-WOW,WOW,WOW,WOW,WOW,WOW,WOW,WOW!!!!!!!!!