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post #5 of (permalink) Old 02-20-2013, 10:00 PM
wkndracer
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Having used two CO2 controllers for almost 4yrs and currently running a third I picked up here on TPT probes are lasting me almost 2yrs and with a cal check every six months I don't find them hard to use.

American Marine Controllers, Pinpoint probes, softwater tanking here raising angelfish in 5dGH and 2dKH mixed RO. Used in water with a higher mineral content the reference junction could become plugged more often.

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