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Old 02-20-2013, 12:40 PM   #11
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the easest would have been to slow how much was coming in and turn down the output to raise the level in the skimmer if ther is to high a flow in the skimmer it will push the bubbles around the skimmer to hard and they will end up coming to the output, but i read you got it to stop so thats good, from what i've read those corallife skimemrs are hard to adjust
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Old 02-20-2013, 12:42 PM   #12
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A+ lol.
Yeah I am very diligent when it comes to maintenance I do weekly water changes and watch my feeding. And keep a close eye on my parameters.

I was just gonna try it cause it came used with my tank.

I know when convict is joking or not

I just have free time on my hand so I figured I would mess with it. Figured it can't hurt but all I managed to do is piss my fish and coral off lol
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Old 02-20-2013, 12:44 PM   #13
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the easest would have been to slow how much was coming in and turn down the output to raise the level in the skimmer if ther is to high a flow in the skimmer it will push the bubbles around the skimmer to hard and they will end up coming to the output, but i read you got it to stop so thats good, from what i've read those corallife skimemrs are hard to adjust
No if I got it to stop coming in the tank there wasn't any bubbles in the skimmer either.

The pump is not the original pump so I think that has something to do with it. Too much water flow even when almost turned all the way off
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Convict has been a major key in my success so far. I probably ask too many questions but he is always there to help me
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Convict has been a major key in my success so far. I probably ask too many questions but he is always there to help me
Haha never feel like your asking too many questions! That's how you learn. Glad to help!
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Old 02-21-2013, 05:02 AM   #16
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I like the above advice..only I'm a broke *** sale it on ebay and let someone else have a headache
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