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[APD] Re: Aquatic-Plants Digest, Vol 7, Issue 63
For good reason I'm paranoid because of multiple experiences with "the
wet carpet syndrome".
With the diatom XL I put it inside a 10G Rubbermaid and try to keep it
about level with the upper portion of the tank. I figure that if it
does, for some odd reason, syphon out water the rubbermaid will collect
it. With the unit being up higher it may--though I don't really want
to test that part of the theory--stop the syphoning action sooner.
Bet it kinda irked you to give Martha the $4 though. ;-)
On Mar 21, 2004, at 11:49 PM, aquatic-plants-request at actwin_com wrote:
The jar was all glass, and did crack
somehow on it's own. I was surprised to find it cracked, after
up and running perfectly fine for some time I came back to check on it
find the bottom part inside the stand had cracked and it had syphoned
of water into the carpet.
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