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Old 07-16-2018, 06:09 PM   #1
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Skimmer Issues

Iíve had a CPR Bak Pak with a Rio 600+ pump lying around for a long time. I decided to use it and Iím having some problems with the pump. The problems are:

1. Skimmer not producing foam but is producing micro bubbles
2. The skimmer will make loud and random noises causing tons of micro bubbles to shoot out, then it will quiet down a little bit later causing little to no bubbles.

What do you guys think the cause is?
Iím thinking it might be something is clogged but now I have to figure out how to disassemble this pump.
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