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Now I remember. If only one of the gates is closed, the resistance is sufficient to dim the light nearly entirely. Thanks for checking.
It's been a while. The 330 resistor is to reduce the current for a regular LED. Otherwise it would pop. I'm guessing I used the other resistors to protect the transistors.
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