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Old 12-13-2018, 03:51 PM #21
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I evaporated what looked like all of it but it was mentioned to burn off excess.
Never again, time will do the job better & safer.lol
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Old 12-13-2018, 10:15 PM #22
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Can you elaborate this bit more?


Did the grow take up whole room without any (vapor)barrier between plants and structure of the house? (Like grow tent or grow cabinet)


Did the room have ventilation to exchange rooms air every so often? I do not think this would have helped but I would like to double check this detail so I have more info when I warn someone about this risk.
Alot of croppers just run the grow area exhaust into the attic space, all the warmth and moisture creates a breeding ground for molds everywhere in the walls etc.
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Old 12-13-2018, 11:03 PM #23
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I got once electrocuted big time by a malfunctioning led light.
230v through my fingers. Severe burn marks.

Also had fan failure on a led. I was just in time...
I switched back to HID after that one. And installed automatic fire extinguisher in the grow space.
I'm waiting for led's to become better and cheaper before stepping in again.
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Old 12-13-2018, 11:12 PM #24
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What brand were the Led Cvh?
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Dominator. Some kind of cheap chinese COB led light brand...
They are sold everywhere, ebay, amazon, hydroshops,...

This is the manufacture homepage.
https://bossledgrowlights.com/t/dominator-series
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Had a real close bro several yrs back pass out and almost die from CO2 poisoning.....Had a tank set up with a brand new "Hydrofarm cheapass Chinese timer" that locked open and dumped the whole tank into the room right before lights out , and when he went in to work the plants 30 or so minutes later , walked in , shut the door , took 3 steps or so he remembered later , and fell flat on his face out like a light…..and what was worse.....

CO2 being heavier than air was pooled at floor level right where my bro was layin , and had it not been for his `ol lady hearin a noise and goin downstairs to check on him , he`d be dead as we speak.....Luckily when she opened the door , she had sense enough to drag his ass out by his ankles so he could breathe and wake up..... so....

Guys.....NO CHEAPASS CHINESE TIMERS !!!!!!!!!!!....I ran Intermatic T-105`s for yrs and yrs with never a glitch , and upgraded to their outdoor sprinkler system programmable unit for the last 15 yrs of my croppin escapades , and it pays to overkill every aspect of your grow...

Overkill is underrated , so be safe guys and...…

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Dominator. Some kind of cheap chinese COB led light brand...
They are sold everywhere, ebay, amazon, hydroshops,...

This is the manufacture homepage.
https://bossledgrowlights.com/t/dominator-series
I bought one used, the 6 COB version.

I'd like to replace the LED's.

The seller said it was used one year. When the light shines it has a purple-ish hue.

Will continue being careful with it, e.g. only running it when I'm home.
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I use the analog version made by Intermatic. They're bulletproof and have been steadily turning lights on and off for almost 15 years.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Intermat...0DL3/203557614
Great timers...I have two at my place. One on water heater and one in grow room. Started using them after I melted a lesser timer.

Also...I used to buy magnetic ballast kits and wire them up myself. Once wired one for 110v and accidentally hooked it up to 220v. Lots of noise and smoke...but no actual flames. Now I double check everything when doing wiring.
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I use the analog version made by Intermatic. They're bulletproof and have been steadily turning lights on and off for almost 15 years.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Intermat...0DL3/203557614
I second this recommendation. This is a REAL timer!
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Here's the timer I've owned over 40 years.

It's controlling 2 1000 watt bulbs atm and can comfortably handle 4!



The initial cost is a bit higher but never having to replace it combined with the safety from its robustness makes it a bargain.

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