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How to Install Our Full LED Gentle Strip Kits for Higher and Less than Kitchen Cupboards and Toe Kick





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19 comments

  1. This is a fantastic and helpful video. My kitchen is set up in a large U-shape, with a sink in the middle and cabinets on both sides. The sink is a large empty space.  Is there any way you'd recommend setting this up to keep everything on one circuit?

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  2. awesome!!!

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  3. did you run the connector wire on the microwave?

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  4. Is this entire project from 1 box? or multiple sets? not sure how you connected top with base lights if those adaptors were so short

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  5. you could conceal that wire by drilling a hole from the top of the cabinet above the microwave. there's an outlet in there.

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  6. That color temperature doesn't match the theme that your kitchen has (dark wood). You need more contrast. Hyper white at 6000k would have looked way better.
    Still way better with LEDs regardless though

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  7. Why aren't you using any form of cooling? LED lights need cooling…

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  8. Linkin Park knockoff music…nice!

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  9. Messy install!

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  10. Where did you plug these in to power? I missed that part

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  11. I have wanted to do this under my cabinets. Online I only see 6inch connectors available, but my microwave is longer than 6 inches. Can you connect the connectors together to go across a wider gap? Thanks!

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  12. Pretty slick setup.  I would have liked to see how you go about getting the connectors from the over cabinet all the way down to the toe kick area.

    Also, my kitchen has two separate areas with no connecting areas (both still have overhead cabinets though).  Since these would need two separate power sources, is there still a way to make them turn on via the same switch?

    Finally, is there any good way to integrate this setup with the Philips Hue setup?  It would be great to be able to control all of my LEDs from my phone in one app.

    Thanks!

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  13. are these lights dimmable?

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  14. This would be way cooler if it just connected to the normal light switches for said room.

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  15. Omg. Music again.

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  16. Easy to do but hiding the wiring is hard…

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  17. I think we all know how to tape strip lights onto something. The real question is how to run power to them. An outlet sure. But what about running it directly into the wall? Any tips? Products?

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  18. They wont last as long if you dont have a heatsink, right?

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  19. where is the background music from?

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