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Old 05-09-2011, 05:37 PM   #1231
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last summer my central ac went on the fritz and i called a guy to fix it he charged me 350.00 and he forgot to take the part he changed i googled it and it costs 35 dollars some of those guys are crooks! lol
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Old 05-09-2011, 05:43 PM   #1232
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Yeah, it was only $50 for the labor and the rest was for two pices that fit in the palm of my hand.

Sucks...but at least we have the air back.
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Yes the parts can be cheap but the tools and training to work with compressed gas that cannot be released into thexatmosphere is not.
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If you keep the temp lower you will only have a bigger temp swing. You're better off leaving them alone.
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Old 05-09-2011, 09:23 PM   #1235
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Id ditch the balls. And not to deviate from topic i know im not the only one that's noticed.... maybe im the only one with the bio balls lmao to say it but, 3000 + post on the last 3 monrhes that's 1000 posts a month. That's 250 posts a week if u don't. Get a + 1 for freaking forum participation. I don't know who should.... please find another hobbie you enjoy your making the rest of us look BAD.
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Old 05-09-2011, 09:33 PM   #1236
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I generally keep the temp at 79 on my tanks. I was worrying about losing power and them getting too cold. LOL I never thought the opposite would happen.
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Hey Carey have you checked your back compartments for the candycane?? I've had fish and shrimp sneak back there on me before.
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Yeah Kelsey, had my boyfriend back there looking since he is so tall. Nothing. I have a nice cuc so if he did pass I'm sure theres' no trace. :-( Not even sure how a fish guarantee works in that case. They were $20 each
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What did I miss? How come everybody is a "premium member" now? Does that mean you gave money or something?
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They apparently gave away a bunch of premium memberships. I paid for mine before it was supposed to be released. Found it by accident.
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