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post #4 of (permalink) Old 03-22-2007, 06:22 AM
SuRje1976
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First off, I'm sorry for your loss. I would be heartbroken to lose those fish! But something doesn't quite make sense to me either. If the tubing popped off the diffuser, the CO2 bubbles would have been quite large, and most would have floated to the surface and escaped into the room. Also, the diffuser doesn't really restrict the flow of CO2. Well it does add a bit of back-pressure, but certainly not enough that the loss of it inline would allow for an unhindered dump of your CO2 tank. Was your tank empty in the morning? What do you have inline after your primary regulator? Sounds like an end of tank dump to me as well.

Sergio C.
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