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Old 03-15-2013, 10:39 AM   #111
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But there are no directions as to what slots work what? I wonder if Left is LUNAR and RIGHT is COOL WHITES
I guess ya gotta mess around with it. Or.... Call the company.
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I did, they said that is how it is designed. I laughed at them.
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Old 03-15-2013, 10:47 AM   #113
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I did, they said that is how it is designed. I laughed at them.
Really?? That makes no sense!
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Yes really, now just got off the phone with another guy who said he had no clue and he would check with the lab to check on it. He thought they would work independent. At this point, I wonder if I should start thinking about a modification. Seems to be a large undertaking. I want to get a small coral or mushroom this weekend to get this tank looking great.
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From The Company. Definitely not how mine works.

Led 1 controls the SINGLE led bar in the center. This is most commonly used as the moonlight led bar.

LED 2 button will control the 4 remaining slots—you do not have individual control of the 4 spaces.

For power to go to the 4 additional bars- LED 1 does need to be in the ON position.

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From The Company. Definitely not how mine works.

Led 1 controls the SINGLE led bar in the center. This is most commonly used as the moonlight led bar.

LED 2 button will control the 4 remaining slots—you do not have individual control of the 4 spaces.

For power to go to the 4 additional bars- LED 1 does need to be in the ON position.

LuAnn
That's ridiculous
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