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Re: [Killietalk] Power filter help
On my larger aquariums 55 & 75 I have Eheim canister filters. Never had a
problem in 15 years. Expensive, but it's nice to be able to disconnect the
filter and put the whole thing in the sink to clean. Also their new double
isolating valves are much better, they can be taken apart and cleaned,
unlike the old style. I had a couple that leaked a little. After a few
minutes work they were better than new. just needed a little silicone
grease on the o rings sealing the ball valves.
>From: LeeH920226 at aol_com
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>To: killietalk at aka_org
>Subject: Re: [Killietalk] Power filter help
>Date: Fri, 7 Jul 2006 17:36:13 EDT
>In a message dated 7/7/06 4:05:01 PM, rgoldstein at rjgaCarolina_com writes:
><< I gave up on Whispers and now buy the marineland (and WalMart - same
>BioWheel filters. >>
>I think that may be my solution. I do have one Marineland Biowheel on a 55
>gallon tank that has never failed me. However, it is one with a submerged
>powerhead. I have not used one of the outside hang on Marineland Penguin
>a larger tank.
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