BLUE LED DECK LIGHTS

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Rebuilt deck and wanted to install deck lights to give it the up to date look and also be able to the see the steps at night. This turn out a lot better than I thought it would and thanks to beedee2.

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Step 1: DECK BLUE LED LIGHTS

I used 40 (1 - Little Dot SMD LED Accent Light) from superbrightleds.com.

Step 2:

For my power I used a Portfolio outdoor 120-Watt Magneric Power Pack that is made for 12volt Led`s from lowes.

Step 3: LED LIGHTS

Two days to complete.1) I drill holes for where I wanted to install the Led`s. 2) I wired the lights together making sure I had Pos. and Neg. wires connected properly. 3) Installed Power Pack and tested lights. After testing I used a glue gun to install the lights on the deck. I ordered extra Led Light just in case one goes out, but after 3 months no problem

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    SwampmanArandall86

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Arandall86

    I spent around $250.00: 100 Little Dot SMD LED Accent Lights @$1.59. Power Pack $47.00. Instead of glue I use a staple gun to hold the lights in place. If you need any help let me know I will be glad to try and help. Let me know how it goes. Just takes a little time and save a lot of money. Good luck. Send some pics....