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« on: February 14, 2022, 09:07:06 pm »
hey guys,

i ordered a couple from the site for two of my partycades and i love them, they look great!

but iím not sure if i have them wired correctly?  i wired them to the on/off switch of the partycade as in the directions but now the on/off switch simply controls the marquee; the partycade is always on and i have to unplug it to turn it off. 

is there anyway to get these to light up when turning the machine on with the on / off switch?

iíve tried emailing the site twice with em zero response.



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Re: arcade game factory marquee
« Reply #1 on: February 15, 2022, 04:31:33 am »
Hi! As I understand, there is one outlet Controles by the switch and one always stay live. I think you should add a splitter on the one that is controlled by the switch to connect both of them. From my partÖ. What I have done, I put a controller Phillips Hue 552349 so I can control it with Siri or Alexa and my phone to use my marquee as an ambience lite and I have plugged my 5V adapter to my iPac Ultimate I/O so my LED Controller can lite too ;-)