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lella
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Posted - 11/13/2008 :  12:21:45 AM  Show Profile Send lella a Private Message  Reply with Quote
DH found this at CoinStar's site... I put it here because it's a little economic booster rocket for Amazon users.

You have to go to a coinstar machine, turn in 40 dollars worth of coins, and then follow the rest of the "Quest" steps. This only works in the US of A. and where not prohibited.

http://www.coinstar.com/us/html/holidaypromo2008

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TracyKnits
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Posted - 11/14/2008 :  8:37:06 PM  Show Profile Send TracyKnits a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Too cool! Thanks for posting this. I love Amazon and happen to have a huge bucket of change I've been meaning to turn in. I think I'll do it this weekend!
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lella
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Posted - 11/17/2008 :  01:06:07 AM  Show Profile Send lella a Private Message  Reply with Quote
You're welcome, Tracyknits. DH turned in our coins this weekend and got the coupon to redeem with Amazon. I think it's pretty cool, too.

One other thing DH did was turn in three sets of old incandescent Christmas tree lights and received three strands of LED lights which are really cool looking. Our Gas and Electric Company has a special deal going this last weekend. I don't know if that's the end of it or not.

Check with your local Gas and Electric company.try their website. They may have a similar offer. Every little bit helps!

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youngfish
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Posted - 06/13/2012 :  10:52:59 PM  Show Profile Send youngfish a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I already have an led lamp but I honestly don't think it's going to be enough for two ppllants so I was wondering if I could buy led christmas lights which are cheap and pretty bright is it worth it or should I just buy another lamp ?
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youngfish
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Posted - 06/13/2012 :  10:54:14 PM  Show Profile Send youngfish a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I have a string of [url=http://www.ledstrips8.com/led-light-bars-c-38.html]12v led light bars[/url] plugged into the electrical outlet which is rated at 0.02 amps and at the end of the string of LED lights i have a miniature 2 foot christmas tree with 20 of those small non-[url=http://www.ledstrips8.com/flexible-led-strip-lighting-high-density-singlechip-flexible-led-strips-c-32_34.html]high density led strip[/url] rated at 0.08 amps.

Will the fuse blow out or will i be ok?[url=http://www.ledstrips8.com/flexible-led-strip-lights-c-32.html]flexible led strip[/url] I the fuse box near the plug is not warm at all.




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