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Old 04-12-2013, 11:19 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by AaronW View Post
Is it better to place them on the bottom or the top?
depending on the size and shape of the tank along with the aqua scape
helps in figuring out the best place to put it and if it can be more hidden or not

some of my tanks have them near the surface some have them about 1/2 way down
the ones I have on the very bottom help with the messy eaters keeping the tank cleaner
it basically is up to you to figure what is best for that particular tank
placement vary s no 2 tanks have the same aqua scaping or lay out

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Old 04-12-2013, 09:56 PM   #12
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i have one at the top left back corner pointed diagonally across the tank in the same direction as my output of my canister filter and another at the right back corner pointing straight up to the surface about 500-700gph a piece. my mbuna love it

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