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Old 11-22-2011, 01:29 PM   #11
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i am just trying to work out how to lay it out if i can have the in let and skimmer in same compartment or outlet and skimmer in same compartment or weather they all have to be seperated i have looked into the v2skim 400 and it will fit under with enough room for maintance and when i get a chance i will look into either a v2skim 300 or 200 as a 400 is whey over skimming and the smaller models will alow more room. like i said i am just trying to work out how to set out the compartments now. n as for the sponge on the inlet thanks for that i wouldnt of thought of that.
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I have my skimmer in my input compartment in my sump so thats an ok way to go.
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