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Old 09-10-2019, 07:11 PM   #1
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Burnt out light

I dont know if this is the right place to put this question in but here it is. I have a aqueon 20 gallon tall aquarium and its been up for almost 2 years and just the other day my left light started flickering and now it's out so my question is, how do I replace it? Should I buy just one new strip or should I replace the whole cover or is there another option I'll have a picture down below of the light and thank you in advance for your help also the light is a DC 12v CG&PClick image for larger version

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Old 09-10-2019, 10:17 PM   #2
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They look like LED lights and if so you can look into replacing the original or look into getting a Beamswork to replace it . I think a Beamswork will probably be a higher par light , but without knowing what you have now I can't say for sure .
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They look like LED lights and if so you can look into replacing the original or look into getting a Beamswork to replace it . I think a Beamswork will probably be a higher par light , but without knowing what you have now I can't say for sure .
Where can I find you that information?
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Just search for Beamswork PAR and you should get some hits for another forum....lol
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Buy some more of the same or strip lighting
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