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Old 08-06-2013, 11:30 PM   #11
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I never thought about putting my skimmer outside the sump. I suppose with a little PVC I could extend the arm where the water discharges. Ive got plenty of empty space in the cabinet. Thanks for the idea!
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I never thought about putting my skimmer outside the sump. I suppose with a little PVC I could extend the arm where the water discharges. Ive got plenty of empty space in the cabinet. Thanks for the idea!
Mine is the type that has the option of hanging on the back of the tank, so why not on the sump, right?? It has an extra sort of J-shaped tube so the pump/powerhead remains inside the sump & the part the water comes out of the skimmer like a waterfall, it would hook on the side the sump.
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