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Old 02-01-2016, 11:09 AM   #21
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Actually, if you had an automated water changer that continually changed water you could feasibly do a heavier/traditional stock. The main issue is that usually there isn't a drain where you need it.

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How would I do that? Wouldn't I have to drill the tank? Also how would I treat the water in my tap?
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How would I do that? Wouldn't I have to drill the tank? Also how would I treat the water in my tap?
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Drill/overflow would probably be best, but I know there are automated designs around. I'd rather not speak off the cuff since I've not designed one of these systems and only seen videos.

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