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Old 04-30-2010, 12:53 PM   #1
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Should I stay away from a huma huma picasso?

I hear triggers are notorious for biting powerhead cords and heaters. I have two koralia powerheads in my tank and I am afraid if I buy a trigger it will destroy the tank. Is this common or just sporadic instances? Thanks

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I personally have never heard that before. I`ve never seen that on the site here.

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no this is not common they only do this when they feel they need to rearange there surrondings
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