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Old 01-07-2005, 08:35 PM   #1
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Bio Balls in a canister

I currently have a medium sized wet dry for a filter. The darn thing is just too noisy. Bought a Fluval 404 to replace it with. Can I fill a couple baskets in my Fluval and be alright with my bio load?
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How many fish do you have? Maybe I am not understanding the question.
Do you want to put the established bio balls in the fluval? Sure, as long as they fit.
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Sorry! Yes, put the bio balls in my new 404. Fish load is low
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That should be fine.
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