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  • Help on dumbo lighting.

    Is there any way to disable the timer on olszewski pieces. I want the lights to stay on longer.
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    Re: Help on dumbo lighting.

    I highly doubt there is any simple answer to this but maybe som big tech geek will have the answer.

    I too would like the lights to stay on longer, but not TOO much longer.

    Remember the LED's have a lifespan for 10,000 hours. While that's a lot, I can imagine you want this thing to last a lifetime.

    Now if only I can change the color transition on my cinderella castle. It goes way too fast with blue/pink and too long with the blinding bright green.

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