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post #16 of 18 (permalink) Old 09-28-2012, 01:02 PM
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By the way. When will you hove some otos?

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yea, i could do that. Issue is the range of my tank size is 5g to 220g. Some tanks are short end out, some are long ways- makes it tricky for a one size fits all that is maneuverable enough to be useful.
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First off, you're lucky that twice, you've avoided electric shock -- capacitors in those things are quite powerful (I've been shocked inadvertently with one before) and they're no joke...

Secondly, maybe you should make some sort of floatation device for it so it floats while facing down? PVC frame with inflated tube balloons or something? Depends how heavy it is.

Either way, awesome story!

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