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Old 01-04-2006, 05:33 PM   #1
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PH placement

hi there, just checking for opinions on my PH placement, correct me if i'm wrong - i have a 55g with my reef set up like an 'S' if seen from above, it is very porous with many holes and underpasses. (looking at tank from front) i have a maxijet 900 on the left side/rear corner a little less than half way down pointing to the opposite side/front corner, next i have a maxijet 1200 on the right side/rear corner 1/4 way down from top pointing straight across the back side of tank and slightly up, anyone think i should change this? sound ok? TIA
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Sounds like you may have a large "dead" spot on the left front. Is the PH on the left behind the rock?
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the PH on the left is a few inches above the rock and you may be right about the dead spot but i figured the PH on the right blowing against the rear wall would travel with the tank sides enough to hit that area
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