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  1. Substrate
    Hi, I'm having a bit of trouble getting rid of all the fish poop from my aquarium. Due to having a lot of rocks and plant, the poop gets stuck down inbetween the rocks and is really hard to get to with the siphon. In the end I've had to remove all the rocks in order to actually get rid of all of...
  2. Planted Nano Tanks
    So I currently have an Aqueon siphon thats good for "15-55" gallons.. its very bulking in my 10 gallon. I also have some excess airline siphon hose tubing (forgot its the wider stuff x.x) I've used for the no-tecs and 3 gallon but have a hard time not sucking up plants or substrate. Since I...
  3. DIY
    I have updated my overflow siphon. Here is what it looks like now: It looks better in the water: I decided to do away with a self priming venturi because it would spray bubbles into the tank every few seconds. It has run several days without any bubble accumulation, but i must admit I've only...
  4. Low Tech Forum
    This is an idea that has been bothering me for some time, can't I just run two lines into my sump one for my in and one for my out with my water pump in my sump with both lines pre drilled (in case of power loss) so the lines can break the siphon once the water level has dropped a certain amount...
  5. Equipment
    Ive tried looking for ways online, but all google gives me is how to clean your fish tank, or cleaning siphons for home beer brewing systems! The old siphon i have has developed black/brown spots in it, and id like to remove them. Also, one of my newer ones had gotten a smell/taste so horrible...
  6. Planted Nano Tanks
    Today was the first day I used my tom's aquatic vacuum on my now fully planted 2.25 gallon vase. It didn't work well. Didn't get a lot of debris up and I accidentally got the little sock outside the bowl once and got water on the table. The batteries, which are pretty new, may have needed to...
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