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Old 10-10-2011, 01:55 PM   #1
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Question Water changer with RO/DI

I use an Aqueon water changer to avoid carrying buckets and I'm thinking about starting to use an RO/DI system to rid my tank of diatoms. The problem is, how to get the pure water to my tank without carrying buckets again since my water source is no longer pushed by the pressure of my faucet. Id love to be able to still use the water changer somehow. Also, any ideas or advice on how to conveniently hook up a RO/DI system in an apartment and where to store the water? I don't have a utility sink like most homes do. Just my kitchen sink, bathroom sink & tub, and washing machine. I wish I had a basement for all this stuff...

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I use this ro/di system, it's portable and hooks up to my garden hose or kitchen sink faucet and can be stored away when not in use.

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