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Old 02-02-2005, 02:46 AM   #11
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I never thought of feeding an empty tank...thanks...great idea!! I like the thought of keeping extra filter media in the sump, too. I just put it in. Thanks a lot for your advice everone.
I know I'm over thinking this QT tank thing. I never used one before without a problem and became cocky. When I added the last fish on my list, he infected my whole tank. It was heartbreaking. I'm just paranoid about doing it right this time.
Thanks again!!
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