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Old 03-06-2014, 08:52 PM   #1
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Dead spot in tank

I have two 800 gph powerheads on my 90 gallon tank and currently have them 1/3 down the tank pointed at each other and the return shooting in the middle of those. I have a dead spot in the right corner of my tank. How would I change the placement but not too much because I like how they are now

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I would suggest adding another powerhead. You could even run it on a timer to create more random flow.
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