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Welcome to the site! Glad to have more skilled folks joing up with other skilled folks!

What we're talking about is electricity through a circuit. I wouldnb't think that it matters much that it's a bulb. If it's melting the connectors, then there is a weak wire in the mix that can't handle that much current. Isn't that right? Maybe someone else knows more about this issue.

What are the specs for the lamps for current? How many watts/amps, etc?
 

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I agree. If you have stuff melting, you need to increase the wire going to it. Never thought about running two wires, but that would do the trick I suppose.
 
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