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Old 10-19-2005, 10:54 PM   #21
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Are they SUPPOSED to float or are they supposed to sink to the bottom of the filter? I am not sure which condition would maximize their effectiveness.

One last question... I hope this is the last one, I am starting to get on my own nerves :P

I purchased 1 gallon of these balls, what % of the one gallon should I add to the filter? I am guessing as much as will fit.

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Given enough water, they float. Just put two sponges in yout AC, and dump however many bioballs fit on top.
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Thanks Toirtis, I owe you a shell shine 8)

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The filter got here yesterday and I was disappointed to find out I do not currently have enough clearance between my wall and aquarium to mount this filter. I need to wait a few weeks until my girlfriend comes home to help me lift and move the (empty) aquarium safely.

I am impressed with the obviously AWSOME engineering that must have gone into this unit. I can't wait to see how it runs and I will be sure to post and let everyone know.

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