Leds On My Tank Died, Anyone Know Where I Can Get Replacements?

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  1. sand7000

    sand7000New MemberMember

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    The lights that came with my 55 gallon top fin tank died today. I know I can get a million different ones but these fit into convenient slots on the hood. I can't seem to find them online, does anyone know a part number or something to help me get new ones?

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    The closest I can find online is the Aqueon hood replacement that has those in it...
     
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    Maybe try to contact the manufacturer? I have the same kind of lights and I dunno where to find replacements either.
     
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    sand7000New MemberMember

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    This is great advice, I feel a little silly for not thinking of it myself! If/when I get a reply I will let you know how it went so you can get more too when you need them.

    Thanks!
     
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    Thank you for that!
     
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    Something to keep in mind is the LED's that come in the aquarium hoods are not real good for growing plants, they can support low light plants. Depending on your budget you maybe able to buy a new light like a Beamswork or Nitecrew off eBay and then get glass lids for the tank. One thing I did for one of my tanks is use egg create light covers used in offices to stop any fish that may want to jump out.
     
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