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Old 12-11-2005, 12:03 PM   #11
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I personaly wouldnt worry about it, If you know how to DIY a lighting setup then troubleshooting and reparing a fixture shouldnt be too though IMHO..
If your conserned about not knowing how to open the thing and fix it.. then by all means cancel the order..
I would not suggest this brand to someone that didnt have an understanding of how these things work.. sending it back for a repacement while your reef is in the dark is just not exceptable IMHO. I would have some spare ballasts ready and waiting on these things..
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DIY is the way to go. I finely got my timers etc complete. Works great.
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I forgot to mention I also got some moonlights from them and I have been happy with them so far.
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