I know what you're going through. About a month ago I woke up late and as I was rushing out to go work I noticed that my tank seemed very cloudy. As I tool a closer look I could hardly see anything in there. One of my MaxiJets 1200 had come off the glass and pointing down at the dsb
. Must have done that right after lights out the night before. I put the ph
back on the glass and left all the pumps and ph
's running. When I got home from work the tank had mostly cleared but what a mess. Sand over all the LR
, a 10" pile next to a bare bottom where the PH
It took a few days to get the sand mostly back where it belonged. Last night the MaxiJet on the other side of the tank did the same thing just before lights out. I fixed that before it did too much damage.
I'm now going to add removing and re-attaching those PH
's as a monthly maintenance chore. I'll also try Kevin's ideas. Certainly can't hurt!