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Old 06-02-2012, 12:11 AM   #851
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Yeah you were probably looking at the jbj one. The DIY ones are really easy and cheap. All you do is twist some wires and tape it up.
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Old 06-02-2012, 12:12 AM   #852
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Ya i understand, but if i do it muself it will look like crap, and looks are everything to my parents. If it doesnt look good they wot want it in their living room, even though it woul be in the stand...
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Like I said autotopoff.com, for the double float system was 50-60 bucks and all you do is plug it in. As far as a reservoir goes use a 5 gallon bucket with the lid and drape some fabric over it and put a plant ontop, problem solved!!!!
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You won't see it, and it will help a ton. I'm not able to put mine under a stand so I have no clue what I'll do though. If you go on vacation for a week or more at a time, it's a great thing to have,almost a necessity unless people are watching it for you..
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I spent the extra few bucks on the JBJ ATO and I feel it was worth it, at least to me. i also wanted something that looks good and was not bulky or homemade looking. lol It was idiot proof to set up which I appreciated alot. lol

It's on sale now at BRS I think for $80 too.....
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