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Old 09-13-2004, 01:30 AM   #11
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Well WHEN I do or should say DID my one water change, I used 2 13 gallon trash cans. And one power head. I took added a tube to the powerhead. Sucked out till the trash can was full then dropped the PH in the new water and let it flow in....

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1 20 feet tube from tap, 1 power head with 5 feet tube to drain.
The spill mainly when taking out the fluval 304 as water drip from the fluval's tube.

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