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Zero Luck Getting New Led Moons

Discussion in 'Lighting, CO2, Ferts & Flow' started by Primous, Dec 30, 2011.

  1. Primous

    Primous Member

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    It was once oh so simple. I went to ebay and bought a 2x24 led moons lights that needed no assembly. I simply unboxed, stuck both strips to the hood of my tank, set the brightness, and proceeded to use them for a year+ before they stopped working.

    I've been looking on and off for a few months, beginning the search sometime in October, but I can't find a complete set. I've bought two which while claiming to need no assembly, needed full assembly an I don't have the tools needed to make it safe so I never even consider taking the risk.

    I have a vision 180 and am trying to find a unit that has two led moon strips to attach to both sides of the hood. It should come ready to use with a waterproof adhesive strip and a voltage/brightness adjuster. Although that seems easy enough I've been having trouble finding a complete unit for a while now.

    Help is so very much needed :good:
     
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    Have ypu tried contacting tge original seller of your first set. Check in your buying history.
     
  3. Primous

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    First thing I did but ebay doesn't keep records which go back that far, unless requested by some recognized authority.
     
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    I use these:
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    They aren't self adhesive - just use some double sided sticky tape on the back.

    HTH
     
  5. Primous

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    Thanks ainsy

    But I can't use those. I have read 3 blogs where someone put together their own system and electrocuted their tank and shorted their house. I want one that i just unbox and stick to the aquarium hood. Plus I'm not good with self assembly.
     
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    They are fully assembled - you only need to stick them to the hood (plus they are waterproof - so if they fall off your hood they are fine in water)
     

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