Originally Posted by RVHERE
Was there continuous 12v power at the light or do you have to turn it on first. Did your lights stick OK or did you use other tape. It looks like you used plastic wire mold to route the wire, how did that work? Thanks, Chuck
I think your question is to me
The unit control holds the last setting and it is hooked into the existing outside light circuit so the power goes on and off with the existing switch. I used 4 conductor bell wire from radio shack to get from the led light strip to the ir controller in the existing light (this is on a roll and flat so worked well). I used EternaBond tape to cover the wires where they were exposed, about 5" in my case. I then ran the rest behind the plastic moulding that covers the seal screw strip on the slide to route up to the gutter. The led light strip stuck to the side of the coach but I was not confident they would stay so I used a small bead of clear 100% silicone to run above and below the strip. You cannot see the silicone and it is holding well. I removed the bulb from the existing light and placed the ir controller behind the lens so the remote could be used standing below and pointing at the lens of the existing light. I hooked the positive and negative to the bulb connection which put it under control of the already existing light switch. They have been installed for about 6 months and since we are full timers they are used almost nightly; work great.
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