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Lighting question

Discussion in 'Freshwater Equipment, Products, & DIY' started by janh, Mar 7, 2012.

  1. janh

    janh Registered Member

    Mar 7, 2012
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    I recently got a t5 light that is normal output but when I looked it has high output bulbs in it. Does anyone know if it is safe to use this way until I can get normal output bulbs. My thinking is that the ballast will only supply enough power for 28 watt bulbs so it should be safe to use the 54 watt. Does anyone have anymore info on this?

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