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Old 01-28-2012, 06:07 PM   #1
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New light needed for my 30L FW

Hi guys,

Had a bit of a change round with my 30L FW so I now want to run it without a lid, but use a drop in sheet of acrylic instead. Which means I will need a new light, where you guys come in

ATM I have a cheap 3 LED jobbie and tbh it doesn't cover the tank how I would like it to, so I am wondering what I could fit to give a better viewing display.

Would I be better sticking with LEDs or go for a fluorescent?

Another thing I have always wondered is do you need to have a blue light on at night for the fish?

As a note I have fake plants

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