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This doesn't do anything for the wasted energy (which is probably small, but still a waste). I have the same problem, but a couple of layers of black electrical tape or duct tape can solve it. If you use duct tape, make sure there are no small strings / threads when you put it on, or just cut them off very close. Electrical tape won't give you that problem. If you prefer to still see the light, use only 1 or 2 layers, if you want it totally gone all the time, use 3-4. You might just have to "guess and check".
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
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