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Old 06-13-2005, 11:04 PM   #11
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Thanks for clearing this up.

I really didn't know that the majority of the bacteria lives on the filter material, I would have figured it to be in the substrate.

I have a Whisper 100 with the single cartridge. It's basically white foamy material wrapped around some AC.

I'll definatley be switching to an Aquaclear or Penguin unit in the near future, not a fan of the Whisper.
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