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Re: You mean the actual biowheel part itself or...

Posted By: Eric L. <Ciprinid@prodigy.net>
Date: Thursday, 5 August 1999, at 2:46 p.m.

In Response To: Re: You mean the actual biowheel part itself or... (Fishface_Jr)

If you are still going to have trouble getting the filter restarted.(A couple of hours?),I wouldn't reccomend buying another one.You want to have the filter up and running in a shorter amount of time to preserve the bacteria that keep the water fish-safe.Any filter that allows for circulation,offers sufficient substrate for bacterial colonization,and aerates the water will do the job.A hang on the back power filter is cheap,while a canister filter offers versatility.If in the future you want to add peat moss,phos-zorb,calcerous material etc.the canister filter offers that option.
 

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