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Tanglovers NPS 60g Rimless


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    Mike - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Scott,

    That is a pretty awesom tank. I love the bandit angels too
    anacroporamademepoora
    --Lifetime member of the "No Mud Club".:

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    mth1993 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    I am looking at doing similar one day in the future.

    How often do you have to mix/swirl/shake the food in the mini fridge? I was thinking of using computer fan with a magnet epoxied to it as a mixer.

    Please explain a bit more about how the food is injected into the plumbing?

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