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Old 09-13-2004, 02:51 PM   #11
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I think indy is asking for his new 110 gal.. so those hob skimmers won't be enough.
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Good catch atari. It's for my new tank, 115g with a 30g fuge. I don't think my prizm is going to cut too much mustard on it. I really can't knock it though. Once it was adjusted it is working fairly decent. I found out it wasn't working properly recently which coincided with my 1st cyano outbreak. I broke it down, cleaned it out, and 2 days later cyano is dead. Get this, I found a dead moth blocking the venturi . I don't remember reading anything regarding maintenance and moths in the instructions.

Completely off topic but an interesting side note. It is soooo easy to preach pateince when it's not your new tank cycling
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Completely off topic but an interesting side note. It is soooo easy to preach pateince when it's not your new tank cycling
I have had my new tank since the end of May and I STILL don't have fish in it yet!
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