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Old 12-01-2006, 04:13 PM   #1
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please help!!!wet/dry refugiums problems

hi. i currently have a 55 g tank ,i bought a refugium kit online and put it in my 10 g basic tank underneath ,i bought an overflow, a 500 gph pump. the water kept running to fast so i put ball valves on the pump and the overflow.all the baffles are the same height ,is this wrong?.
but i cant seem to get the right flow ,too much suction,too little water ,too little suction etc.im using flexible tubing 1 1/2 inch and 5/8 for the return.i have 65 lb lr. should i just get a wet /dry. im using a cascade 1000 now help
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