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Old 07-01-2013, 04:11 PM   #11
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thanks! i will do water changes and let it soak for a couple weeks or so and see if the water clears up.

I will look for a bulb with those specs on it today when i go to the store.

thanks everyone !

i have to let the driftwood soak anyway because right now it floats so its unusable until it will actually stay down !
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I added a pic of my small tank, but i dont see it showing up (new to this forum) where is the picture ?
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The light says:
Toshiba
15 WATT daylight
FL15D

The hood is:
24" florescent aquarium reflector
120volt 19watt 60hz
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I added a pic of my small tank, but i dont see it showing up (new to this forum) where is the picture ?
The easiest way I have found to add pics to a forum is to first add them to an album. (Click "User CP" at the upper left corner of the page, then "Pictures & Albums" on the left side of the screen. It's pretty easy to figure out from there.)

When you want to add a pic to a post, cut and paste the BB Code under the picture when you are viewing it.
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Old 07-01-2013, 05:14 PM   #15
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The light says:
Toshiba
15 WATT daylight
FL15D

The hood is:
24" florescent aquarium reflector
120volt 19watt 60hz
Is this the light you bought at home depot? Or the one that came with your fixture? Here are some helpful definitions for the lighting codes on your toshiba light. Sylvania, GE etc... Have different codes.

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Toshiba model (code) Description:
FL: straight tube-shaped; FCL: ring; GL: germicidal lamp
SS: pipe diameter is 28mm; S: The diameter is 32mm
Light color, color rendering, three-wavelength
EX-N: Three-wavelength daylight white EX-D: Three-wavelength daylight color EX-WW: warm white three-wavelength
EX-L: Three-wavelength power ball color
FLR: straight tubular; FCR: ring.
The D-EDL: CRI AAA daylight color the N-EDL: CRI AAA daylight white
W-EDLs: AAA white L-EDLs for CRI: Color Rendering AAA power ball color
B: cyan the WB: green white G: Green the PK: peach Y: yellow
BL, of BLB: UV lamp
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