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Old 10-19-2011, 12:27 PM   #1
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MR1 Reactor question

Hi all, I just purchased an MR1 Reactor for my 65 gallon reef, put it in my sump and I'm using the EcoBac pellets in it. My question is Do these reactors have a break in period? My local LFS has one running and the pellets are tumbling it appears like they should be. I'm starting out with 250ml in the reactor and I'll add more in about 6 weeks (At least thats what I was told to do). 96% of my pellets are just sitting on the bottom, it's been running for only a day and a half. As you know it comes with a pump so I would assume it's not under powered. Anyone have any thoughts?
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