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Thread: Jumping the gap at the bottom of a mini tree

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    Default Re: Jumping the gap at the bottom of a mini tree

    Make sure you are using the right kind of silicone. Depending on the type it can be conductive... My neighbor who just got into doing this hit that problem this year with his builds. I was scratching my head for an hour until he mentioned the silicone he used....

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    Default Re: Jumping the gap at the bottom of a mini tree

    Quote Originally Posted by JasonPortwood View Post
    Make sure you are using the right kind of silicone. Depending on the type it can be conductive... My neighbor who just got into doing this hit that problem this year with his builds. I was scratching my head for an hour until he mentioned the silicone he used....
    Silicone RTV that smells like vinegar is the bad kind.

    GE's Silicone 2 is a good product choice.

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