Originally Posted by jeffaquarius
Correction: Just move the return pump to the right chamber without the sand and rocks and leave the skimmer at the left where your overflow is.
Ok...I apologize, but I am processing slowly. So, my question is being that I have very limited space in this small sump, having the return pump & skimmer in the same compartment is not okay? I ask because, I don't understand how I can put the return pump in the right compartment, due to the fact there is a covering w/ the plumbing attached. Also I have a bunch of extra new biological filter media, should I place it on the right side sump compartment?
Also is you can tell me step by step, what is the best way to configure this sump set up, I would appreciate it so much!! Thank you very much for your replies & your patience with my newbieness...don't think that's an actual word
My tank is plumbed in such a way, that the intake is drilled on the back of the tank... I find it very hard to keep my water levels the same. When I target feed my corals, I shut off all flow for about 20 to 30 minutes. I purchased the tank used form a lfs
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