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    Yes, the under cabinet lights are great when preparing food. We also put lights above the cabinets and put plastic tiles on the ceiling to cover the old cracked plaster. The only light in the kitchen that isn't LED is the bulb in the oven, so when they're all on it's only pulling about 150 watts.

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    Wow! That turned out very nice! Mine is wired for under counter lights but I'm going to put that one off for a while. I'm getting tired of it 🙂
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    Quote Originally Posted by J. Robinson View Post
    Yes, the under cabinet lights are great when preparing food. We also put lights above the cabinets and put plastic tiles on the ceiling to cover the old cracked plaster. The only light in the kitchen that isn't LED is the bulb in the oven, so when they're all on it's only pulling about 150 watts.

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    Thanks Seth. I used LED light bars that I bought at Home Depot. They come in different lengths and can be linked end-to-end. They aren't real expensive and come with the hardware to mount them. I used them on top and underneath.
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    Very nice work Seth and Jim! I'm hoping I don't have to do ours in this house. It was supposed to be a 5yr deal and we're past that. LMAO!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 40FordDeluxe View Post
    It was supposed to be a 5yr deal and we're past that.
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