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Old 09-03-2011, 11:10 PM   #131
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I'll let u know how that worked out
please do, i know im looking forward to the rest of the build and seeing some pictures.
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Old 09-09-2011, 03:32 AM   #132
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Well, in Case somebody is wondering if I have an update: I don't LOL
stupid Nitrites are being stupid an don't wanna budge

And I received my replacement light fixture that is just as damaged as the previous one... Seriously?!?!?!
My bf called them again and this time they stated that they personally wrap it and send another one... Seriously?!?!
Getting tired of it....

But while the nitrites don't wanna drop anyways... *Sigh*
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Omg, what luck you are having with this fixture! At least they are willing to help. If the next one is damaged I would just suck it up if it isnt too bad and ask for a steep discount. Thats what I would do.
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Old 09-09-2011, 10:02 AM   #134
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i would open up a damaged light shop and make a killing.

have you tried a big pwc for your cycle to help the nitrates?
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Old 09-09-2011, 12:59 PM   #135
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Omg, what luck you are having with this fixture! At least they are willing to help. If the next one is damaged I would just suck it up if it isnt too bad and ask for a steep discount. Thats what I would do.
I would have sucked it up with the second one, but the dent was on the front were I have to look at it every day... If it would have been in the back I would have not told my bf. But in the other hand: for what we payed I expected more

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i would open up a damaged light shop and make a killing.

have you tried a big pwc for your cycle to help the nitrates?
It the nitrites, not the trates. Don't think it would help much... Ammonia is dropping over night like crazy though, that makes me very happy

I Just need to be patient. Was just so upset about the light fixture...
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my bad, i did misread that. man i hope they settle out soon, i would like to see more pictures.

things are moving slow on my end too. seems like over night we got a big pile of stuff we want to move on and cant
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Old 09-09-2011, 01:09 PM   #137
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my bad, i did misread that. man i hope they settle out soon, i would like to see more pictures.

things are moving slow on my end too. seems like over night we got a big pile of stuff we want to move on and cant
Well, now that u r building 2 tanks I'm not surprised hahahahaha and yes, I'm jealous ;b
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ha yeah. pretty ambitious for a noob.
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Umm so now that ur lights work how about some pictures and a bulb list please
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Will do!
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