Hi guys, long time no see. So I have a little bit of a problem that needs fixing. Let me do a bit of background so you guys understand. Sorry for long post but please take time to read (thanks in advanced). Im going to sort of list the problems and what I have solved so far. I have a standard 150G tank. I've had my tank for around 10 years give or take. ( jesus, time flies fast). I still have almost all my original fish, at exception of a few. I went to college and graduated (lol did i say time goes fast?) so my mom has been taking care of my tank and for the most part she has done a great job. 1)---Now that I am back home, I was in the verge of selling my tank but I just can't part with it. The little corals I had died unfortunately and now i just have my huge toadstool who isnt looking too good today. I checked the water and it was 70degrees. Might have been in the 60s or lower last night. I noticed the heaters had stopped heating. Not sure how long they were busted. I bought new ones today, and I also bought a wave maker WP-40. Kind of an impulse buy, but I did needed it since my koralias stopped working too. All the fish look 'ok', my porcupine looks like he may have ich, but he seems like he will pull through. He eats like a champ. 4 mysis cubes and like three big pieces of krill. 2)--- Ive had quite a bit of cyano, but since i have a porcupine puffer, that guy eats a lot and I cant exactly buy a clean up crew. All my fish are kind of old, and anything new I add doesnt really survive except a foxface i bought recently. Im not sure why. (old tank syndrome?) The rest of my fish are about 9+ years old. I have 6 Chromis, a porcupine, 2 clowns, Yellow tang, Foxface and sailfin tang. 3)-- ***Most important and the reason why its an emergency thread*** My lightfixture is shocking me. (and i dont mean it in the good way). I've been shocked like 3 times during feeding. I touched the side of it where the protective plastic cover is and got a good ZAP! Enough to scare me quite a bit. (the lights from my sump did the same thing.. They are the same brand.. i wonder if there is a connection there...) Any how.. These lights are also around 10 years oldish. Do you guys think I should scrap them and buy new ones? Ive already tried cleaning them but I still got zapped. Its kinda scary. I turn them off at night now just to make sure. A few of the bulbs are pretty much none-working. So either i need to buy a new set of bulbs or an entire new fixture. LFS has these LEDS that he says are great for the tank. They cost 150 dollars each, and he says that I basically only need 3 and i can keep all sorts of coral. I will call tomorrow with the brand and specifics. But if its true that means that i would only spend 450 dollars for new lights. This sounds too good to be true but could it be? If you guys suspect old tank syndrome, what steps should I take to bring my tank back to life? Hopefully that wont cost me an arm and a leg. Maybe you guys can point me into the right direction for similarly priced LED fixtures that would be great for a mixed reef tank? I may not be able to buy lots of corals but if at one point i decide to return the puffer and get corals instead, I need to have the proper lights for any corals i want. (anemones or SPS).