Rewired my ink1003 strip lights this weekend. I think I was underpowering them before when I had issues. Whatever it was, they are a lot brighter now anyway. Leaving scars on my retina. I now run two 3m strip (90 pixels each) joined with power in the front and power in the end. Anyway it all seems happy and I'm happy. In one of my sequences I have an image of a tick (as in what you get if it's correct). I worked out which lights needed to be on in each strip and programmed it myself. Probably only 20 pixels on in any one strip at a time. I noticed on two of the strips about 5-6 pixels under the image there is a pixel comes on with a dull funny sort of colour. I checked my sequence and nothing there. I know I have my channels right as all the other images work. Any ideas what could be causing it and any remedies. I'll give you my theory. My guess is its near the buck convertor think in the ink strip and somehow there is some sort induced current turning on the light from the current in the buck convertor. The light is dull and sort of red and blue at the same time if that makes sense. I haven't tried moving the tick up or down in the matrix yet to see if makes a difference. Not to stressed about it unless it is likely to give me blown pixels down the track.