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    I can sympathize with "she changed her mind" Fortunately for me I had ripped out the old drywall to the studs and have switched outlets in my cabinets. Anyway, good luck next time

    Ed

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    Quote Originally Posted by edlentz View Post
    I can sympathize with "she changed her mind" Fortunately for me I had ripped out the old drywall to the studs and have switched outlets in my cabinets. Anyway, good luck next time

    Ed
    After 22 years and many projects I've come to the realization that I need to come as close as I reasonable can with a "mock up" before she 'll make a decision. She, in turn, has come to the understanding that once her decision is made I will resist with at least as much effort that it took me to develop said mock up.

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    I now have a problem with the switches for these lights: http://www.terrylove.com/forums/show...132#post163132

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Man View Post
    1. Is the 34V still considered low voltage?
    3. The pucks get pretty hot so I'm not sure how energy efficient they actually are.
    1. Below 30vrms, 42vpeak, 60vdc the NEC relaxes some rules.

    3. The hotter they get the shorter the lifetime. The service lifetime halves for each 10C rise above ambient. This is a manufacturer's tradeoff. They might be more efficient (watts in vs. light out) at higher temps.

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