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Old 12-23-2011, 04:39 AM   #1
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Does anyone own a eheim classic 350???

So I'm trying to set up the 2215 type and the instructions arnt really clear...
The real question I need answered is do I cut the flexible tube to fit the pieces together

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Yes, you need to cut it. First cut it into half, then you need to cut two small lengths - one to join together the outlet tube to the twin taps, and another to join together the spray bar piece to the twin taps. Is this any help.
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