I was aquascaping my tank and knocked my radion LED
into my tank! At $1000 a light, I really want to do as much as I can to salvage it!
This has JUST HAPPENED! I can't find anything online in regards to LED
lighting that has fallen into anyone's tank and how they have reacted to possibly save the light.
Once it had fallen in, it was flashing like it was about to completely die. I went to grab it because I wanted it out of the tank quick smart then realised I'd get electrocuted! I turned the power board that the light was plugged into off, took it out and is now sitting on its side out in the sun. I'm scared
I think I just literally threw $1000 down the drain! I'm so upset!
A few things I've found with regards to normal lights with ballasts etc. is to use ro
water and wipe it down to get rid of the corrosive effect that saltwater can have, and then to put it into a black garbage bag with some rice and sit it back out in the sun. This all makes sense but has anyone ever taken a radion LED
apart??? If so, how the hell do I do that!? Let's be real, my warranty is null and void as soon as water is involved, so it's either completely written off, or I can do all I can to salvage it! Lol
Thanks in advance guys!
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