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  1. #1

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    Nov 2012

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    Default Converting JBL Cube to Freshwater

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    Several components of my 28 g JBL Nano Cube light system has failed on my saltwater reef setup. Instead of replacing them, I've given away my fish and corals, then gutted the light and electronics out of the hood. Now I want to add sometype of LED light inside the hood. I haven't had any experience with LED light systems. Can anyone recommend a direction to go with a light that will work. Can the lights be placed in the hood/canopy (are they protected from the humidity?) Or do I need to cut a hole in the canopy and place the light on top?
    Thanks for any help -

  2. #2

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    Iv'e seen plenty of nano cubes with exotic stunner strips in them. But they housed them were the old lights where behinde the splash guard no idea if yours has one. The Company even shows them mounting one of them in a nano cube but they do mount it behinde the splash guard in a youtube video. Theirs a few ways to mount them to they come with screw mounts, double sided sticky mounts and one other I think can't remember though.

    Sorry all I got.

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