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Old 02-19-2011, 05:53 PM   #1
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Convert AquaPro 300 to a berlin sump help.

I read a really old post. I get the remove the bio balls and put Live rock rubble part.

Do I also remove the prefilter and the draw above the bio balls? How hard would it be to convert to a refugiem? Whats your thoughts on the EcoAqualizer? I just installed it due to the protein skimmer burning out.

Sorry if posted in wrong area or repost. Thanks for your help.
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