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Let’s see your controller panels

BruceDavenport

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Pics are from back of tank. Sump is under display tank & behind the controller cabinet. I have the tank separating two rooms so u can see it from both sides
 

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Any suggestions on how to fix this.



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Reefahholic

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If you can find the right picture frame from Hobby Lobby...they will make a good controller board. You gotta paint and modify though. It’s almost worth it to have a acrylic guy make one. Just make sure you design it well and plan for everything and also future additions.

I think 3-4” depth is best. I went a little too shallow trying to keep it low profile on my wall. Just another idea.

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Tenny

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If you can find the right picture frame from Hobby Lobby...they will make a good controller board. You gotta paint and modify though. It’s almost worth it to have a acrylic guy make one. Just make sure you design it well and plan for everything and also future additions.

I think 3-4” depth is best. I went a little too shallow trying to keep it low profile on my wall. Just another idea.

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So you have nothing plugged into the EB832?

Edit: or nothing on the switches?
 

mittens

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If you can find the right picture frame from Hobby Lobby...they will make a good controller board. You gotta paint and modify though. It’s almost worth it to have a acrylic guy make one. Just make sure you design it well and plan for everything and also future additions.

I think 3-4” depth is best. I went a little too shallow trying to keep it low profile on my wall. Just another idea.

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Problem is I have no space in between those two tanks. I can’t even reach the floor trying to squeeze into that space.


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