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Old 09-07-2011, 01:33 PM   #1
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Just last year I made a return to the hobby by starting a small pond project. Consisting of multiple cascading streams waterfalls pools a bog and main lower pond. It's home for 5 Fancy Goldfish 1 Pleco 3 Crawfish a toad that thinks he's a frog and two chipmunks. Now that the outdoor pond season is coming to a close I've decided to set up a 55gal fw tank indoors. The pond project was suppose to replace my curiosity or itch of returning to the hobby full tilt. Uh! Oh!
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I would like to add UV as an in-line to the C-360 if possible. I've e-mailed Marineland about it this morning. I know they have had a lot of problems with the C-360 but with the rebate and the F&S sale price. I figured I'd give it a go. Any thoughts would be helpful take care.
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Goodmorning and Thanks for the Welcomes. I recieved a return e-mail from Marineland regarding my inquiry about adding UV light in-line to a C-360 canister. Ans. No! they feel that it would put to much stress on the system. Does anyone have an efficient way of adding UV light to a 55gal fw fancy goldfish set up? Is there a way to add it to the undergravel filter that I'm setting up with two Aqua clear 50 powerheads? Thanks Take Care
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