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6 light 2 spot light low volt moon Raysystem trouble making a connection on 4They clip onto line fine wont stay lit Is there a way to clip the lights to the low voltage line better so they stay lit.

Just want to know if there is a trick or a better way to clip the light to the low voltage line

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Not sure what you are needing here but if its a poor connection, try soldering the wiring or using correct spade and socket connectors.

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