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Old 11-05-2012, 05:24 PM   #11
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I haven't had any problems with mine whatsoever.. I haven't heard that they're notorious for dying. That's interesting though..

It doesn't look bad to me, it looks just like mine in the morning.. What's your flow and light like?
Light is good, just moved him back onto the base and fed with bottle over seems a little happier, good flow at the bottom
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Old 11-05-2012, 05:38 PM   #12
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Light is good, just moved him back onto the base and fed with bottle over seems a little happier, good flow at the bottom
Sounds good, ive only had mine for 2 months but so far its done great, and very healthy. We will see how it lasts though. I do spot feed with coal frenzy.

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Sounds good, ive only had mine for 2 months but so far its done great, and very healthy. We will see how it lasts though. I do spot feed with coal frenzy.

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Where do you position yours?
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Where do you position yours?
Up higher in tank, its gets good flow up there.

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