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Re: NFC: Marineland Bio-wheels

I really think the "lop sided" problem is what I had...now
I'm thinking of putting it back in action again.

>From: "Jim Capelle" <JCapelle at tampabay_rr.com>
>Reply-To: nfc at actwin_com
>To: <nfc at actwin_com>
>Subject: Re: NFC: Marineland Bio-wheels
>Date: Wed, 17 Jan 2001 09:56:08 -0500
>I must be having all the luck in the world with the wheels I have working.
>Yes, once I had to run one under hot water to clean it, but I also added
>more filtration to that tank that day( another Bio-wheel system too). And
>yes you can mess up a wheel by letting not roll for awhile and the growth
>will make it lop sided. In the years that I have used M.L. bio-wheels, I've
>only bought one replacement. I have gone out and got the little blue
>bearings or end caps to replace some when needed. I have seven in use now,
>four more just placed in the bottom of running tanks to prime them for
>future tanks, ( After I have one out of service for awhile I just throw it
>into a tank of similar water which I plan to set-up to get some good growth
>started.), and about four more not in use and sitting in one of my surprise
>boxes of STUFF in the storage area.   JiM C.

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