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Old 05-19-2005, 12:44 PM   #11
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Rev, the problem with your setup for auto topoffs is I amoung most of us do not have enough room where our display tank is to have a trashcan to do that.

my problem is I dont know how much water to add for a top off - if i add to much then i need to add some salt/ if i dont add enough my SA is too low.

I mark my sump so i know to add up to that line....it seems to be the best and only way to know
i do need a RO unit but in the mean time I have done my topofs with distilled water

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