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Old 11-14-2011, 12:59 PM   #11
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Most powerhead controllers use a night feature that slows down the current at night. My Tunzes and controller had that. Even when I had a Wavemaster with 3 powerheads hooked into it it had a night feature that slowed the current. This one.. Red Sea Wavemaster Pro Wave Maker.

It's totally fine to have slow flow at nite. Easier for the fish to rest too.
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I've seen my fish move to caves as night. If fish need to rest, I'm sure they'll move to the nooks and cranies of your tank with slower flow.
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