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I have a Hydrfarm Green Thumb Light System with no instructions on how to set up the strings so that the light can be adjusted. How should the string be threaded?

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the sizes usually refer the the smallest string on the bottom or the first string.

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you might also want to consider nylon coated strings

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have great tone

easy on the fnger tips

but they cost more

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