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Old 07-26-2009, 11:47 PM   #11
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They are really only useful when the powerheads are on a timer. Blennies might swim inside on the off times.
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i run two nano powerheads and have never had any issues with livestock getting them.
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They are really only useful when the powerheads are on a timer. Blennies might swim inside on the off times.

Why would you have your PHs on a timer?
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Folks put their phs on timers to simulate differing tides/wave motions...
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Bbecher, you are talking about the guard and not the directional flow piece. I do have the guards on mine.
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