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Old 01-07-2013, 07:35 PM   #31
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Sorry I didn't see this until today, but RTN is a mystery. It happens from many different things. The most common being Alk swings and temp swings.
Alk is pretty stable ill keep an eye on temp
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just finished up reading through all 4 pages and it was awesome. glad to see you are enjoying the benefits of led lighting now. cant wait till ican make the jump to led
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