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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 03-11-2006, 02:13 AM Thread Starter
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Ph probe placement

Monday I'm getting my Milwaukee controller. Where is the best place to place the ph probe?

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Frankly I'm not sure it matters much from a functional perspective, as long as you have good circulation. Otherwise IMO the only answer is based on aesthetic criteria.

So IMO the best place is out of the tank where it can't be seen. A number of people now are placing them in-line. Here's a thread that can get you started with that.

That said, we "in-liners" are still a minority. It works great, but you should wait for other opinions before deciding what's right for you.

Steve - 33g reef and a 180g planted in need of a re-scape.
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