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Old 04-08-2005, 12:15 PM   #1
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PH coming un-attached

This is a two part question.
1. Anyone have a trick to getting a Maxi Jet PH to stay suction cupped to Acrylic tank? Is there some adhesive I can use, that can be removed later if needed. Some kind of silicone or something than can be pealed off later if need be.

2. In the event of a sand storm, how bad is this really, other than covering LR with sand and raising some water parameters a bit? I would think this fine silt to some extent would feed some of the inverts, or is this stuff on the sand been depleted of all it's nutrients already?


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