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Old 09-26-2014, 05:24 PM   #1
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Two little fishes Phosban....

Hey guys/gals I'm actually running two
One with puragen
One with Bio plastic
Both of my pumps have burned out what pumps would you recommend as replacements?


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Old 09-26-2014, 05:52 PM   #2
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Would the mini-jet 606 from Marineland do the trick?


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What were they being run off of? Knowing that will let us know what intensity is necessary...I want to say BRS suggests a pump to go with that unit.
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I couldn't tell you. One of the pumps is extremely small square one. It might be about 2 inches, maybe. What I've read so far suggests a mini-jet 606 or a maxi 1200.


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Thanks for pointing me to BRS. They say it's compatible with any pump with a flow between 100 and 250 with 1/2" connections, so that's a good starting point.


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Taam Rio 800 powerhead/pump
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Hydor L20-185

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I'm using the minijet 606 with no issues.
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I use it with the old pump that came off my CPR skimmer. I replaced the one for the skimmer and I just had one lying around. Works great.


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