Hey everyone... Well, after several months of use, I finally cleaned my Coralife 65. It was skimming well, and all of a sudden two days ago it went berserk and overflowed. I do regularly weekly cleanings on it. It skimmed pretty well in the past. Anyway, the issue was a buildup of the port allowing air to pass. After the vinegar soaking, I placed it back in the tank. However, it has barely pulled anything out of the tank over the last 1.5 days. I'm trying to tune it in for the perfect spot. How open should it be? For example, should I turn the red nozzle clockwise or counter-clockwise and why? When I turn it clockwise the bubbles rise quickly... Also, the tank is a total of about 60 gallons. Stock includes 1 Sunburst Anthea, Firefish, Cleaner Shrimp, 4 snails, 1 Emerald Crab, and a couple of corals.
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