UPDATE: My original 36″ light died on me. As it turns out, the light was fine and the power adapter is what failed! So if your Aquaneat light fails, try messaging the seller for a replacement power adapter. If they won’t help, this is the one I used to replace the original:
Aquaneat 36″ High Lumen LED Light:
Aquaneat 20″ FOWLR LED Light:
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