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Old 04-25-2005, 03:44 PM   #1
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Does your featherduster do this?

Just recently my featherduster has started to come out of it's tube. The body is about 1" out of the tube. Has anyone experienced this with their featherduster? Any reasons why it would do this?
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Dusters will usually leave there tube if they are not happy with there location. I have not had it happen to me personally but try putting it in less or more water flow depending where it is now. Mine is on the bottom in a moderate water flow and loves it. If your duster does fully leave its tube chances are it will make a new tube somewhere in the tank as long as it isint bothered and water quality as on par. HTH
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