Upgraded Tank

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Offline Moby

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Upgraded tank
« on: December 17, 2016, 01:49:23 PM »
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Hi,I upgraded my 54 litre today to 85 litre.Because new tank was going in place of the old one I changed everything
Over today.Transferred sand .plants,filter,bog wood etc.I run this tank on my existing ehiem biopower 160 which seems to cope ok.Heater is 100w dennerie which just a black strip which hides nicely behind the filter.Quite stressful
Morning but worked out ok.Time for tea. :isay:

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Re: Upgraded tank
« Reply #1 on: December 17, 2016, 02:26:24 PM »
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Moving/upgrading tanks can be quite stressful, especially when the new tank is due to go where the old tank is already situated. I have done it myself and it is always a relief to have a sit down afterwards.
I hope that your fish are enjoying their upgrade, and I hope we get to see some pictures when everything has settled down.  ;D

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