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A friend gave me 5 Marineland 300 BIO Wheel filters, wheels look OK an still wet from his use. He has used them for some time. My question, wheels look OK, do I need to replace them ? He seems to think, if they are not falling apart, there good......
Originally Posted by lionhead View Post
Originally Posted by MetalArm3 View Post
but you might need to replace a broken bio wheel, but if you take good care of your equipment this shouldnt be an issue.
if they happen to get really clogged up and nasty, alittle swish in the bucket of some tank water from a water change would be enough, but letting them go as long as theyre wet as metal said is what your looking for.
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