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Old 10-29-2006, 02:46 AM   #11
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awesome, thanks! so this attaches to the pump that is already in my tank?

i am a bit confused as to where it goes in the whole process.. I use to have a protein skimmer for my 40 gallon but i am new to the whole nano-cube thing.. hopefully there are instructions..
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It should! I'm not 100% positive, but it should definitley.

One question, doesn't the Bio-Cube have a surface skimmer on it? That goes into the overflow box?
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there is some sort of "skimmer" that is on the top of the area that holds the bio balls, not sure if that is the overflow box or not.. but it passes through the charcol, then the water goes into the "skimmer" which is more of a diffuser i think, it just spreads out the water surface as it goes into the ceramic rings/balls.. i am not too sure if this is really a skimmer though.. it is not like on the jbj nano-cubes where there is a skimmer attachment that sits on the outside of the intake..

i got a brine shrimp net today, doesn't really work very well.. i also picked up two percula clowns, is there anything special i should know about what to feed them/etc? if i remember correctly they will take regular flake food.. just wanted to double check though
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Sorry it didn't work for ya. Thought it would for sure!

Clowns should accept flake food, but if not give the frozen food a try.

Sorry I can't help about the overflow. I don't know exactly how it is set up.
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