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Old 09-15-2012, 04:55 AM   #1
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I'm hoping somebody maybe able to help me. I decided to take the plunge and set up a narine tank after keeping freshwater fish for years. I've set up my juwel skimmer which came with the rubber seals to prevent the bubbles escaping. However my problem is that micro bubles are streaming out of the aperature at the bottom and no matter how much i fiddle/alter I get make it stop. at present I only have 8kg of live rock in the tank (vision 180) which i purchased last saturday.
any advice would be more than welcome!

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