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Discussion in 'Christmas Light Shopping Bargains' started by Pircy, Feb 15, 2016.

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    Pircy Full Time Elf

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    Was doing a spot of shopping at Aldi this morning and came across this fog machine in the discount bin for $20. Could be good for halloween. But at $20 you can't go wrong i reckon!
     

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    Nice score! I am sure you will find a way to squeeze it in to your xmas display :)
     
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    I will do my best!
     
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    I had one of these a few years back as my original machine for my DJ gigs died. This one lasted barely a year so beware you may only get a couple of seasons out of it. It is a bargain price though.
     
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    No doubt it is not built to the highest of standards but for the small amount of time i will run it, i hope to at least get 2 seasons out of it.
     
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    Is there a way to control these via an AC/DC controller? I presume cutting the remote open and bridging some of the wires inside? These could be switched via a higher voltage DC controller?

    I've had one of these lying around for ages, always wanted to use it for xmas
     

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