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Old 03-13-2005, 03:43 PM   #1
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Turboflotor - rio 2100 impeller questions. Please help!


In the middle of setting up my new 150 aga megalfow tank and have a aquamedic turboflotor 1000 witha rio 2100.

My question deals with the impellor assembly, mine does not look like that in the pictures included. And all the replacement impellors i find online do look like the ones in the picture. It looks to me like theres a "old" and "new" rio 2100 impellor.

I cant get the darn thing off to put on the new needle wheel.

I guess my question is, Can i use this "new" rio impellor or do I need the old, and If i need the old, can i simply buy it and swap?

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