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Old January 13th 05, 11:16 PM
Matt
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I have a Custom Sea Life power compact 18 watt UltraViolet Sterilizer and need a new bulb. Since Custom Sea Life is out of bisuness, anyone know if there is another bulb I can use? Or am I just going to have to buy a new UV Sterilier?
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Old January 14th 05, 07:58 PM
Nikki Casali
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Matt wrote:
I have a Custom Sea Life power compact 18 watt UltraViolet Sterilizer
and need a new bulb. Since Custom Sea Life is out of bisuness, anyone
know if there is another bulb I can use? Or am I just going to have to
buy a new UV Sterilier?


Are you sure it isn't a generic type UV bulb?

Nikki

 




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