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Old 10-12-2012, 08:44 PM   #1
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Powerhead placement???

I recently got two hydor koralia power heads, along with the two I already had.
If any one could help me with where in the tank should I put them? The two that I already had are on the back wall pointing toward the center of the front glass. I wanted more water flow, cause the particulate rate was about an Inchon movement for every second, and I think I had some dead zones.

So where? Which direction? Etc. should I put them in conjunction with previous ones? Thanx for your time!! Hope to hear from every one!!
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