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Old 05-25-2009
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Cutting Line of Fire

I got an APC line of fire from my step-dad but it's a few inches too long. If I were to cut off a few of the last leds would it still work?

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Didn't somebody here cut their line of fire to fit?
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Depends if it is in a series or parallel circuit. If it is a parallel, yes. But if it is series you would need to solder the cut ends for it to light up.
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Does anyone know if the APC light is wired in parallel or series?
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