New Custom 180 Gallon Build (Lots of pics!)

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And finally culmination of all the work from today. I will add both the DOS dosers this week and organize all the wires. The Kessil lights from the old tank will be one of the last items to be moved over. I will run the cycle dark and keep the skimmer going
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Got some more work done on the tank the past few days. I added some Fritz Turbo Start to help the initial cycle. I will be leaving the skimmer off for a few days to let the beneficial bacteria colonize the tank. I also got the rock work all finished up. I use a few pieces of RealReef rock I got at my last for both small satellite rock structures and broke one rock up and glued the pieces to my “anemone bowl”. I wanted the bowl to look more natural when looking at the tank. I also added and programmed the WXM module, however I have noticed a problem with one of my brand new MP40s. The power supply brick is making a very high pitch noise when the power goes below 50%. I emailed Ecotech about the problem tonight and hope to hear something tomorrow morning. Just out of curiosity, has anyone else come across this issue?
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