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Old 02-18-2005, 01:49 PM   #11
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We leave ours up all the time too. One benefit (I think) is that always have about 20gals of heated water ready to go (which came in very handy during an overfeeding incident). I assume it's a benefit . . . . Is there any downside to just leaving the water circulating???

Anyway, when we do want to add new fish, we're ready to go (we are not fully stocked, btw)
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