09-13-2011, 08:10 PM
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Originally Posted by DKRST
I had the same issue. I used, based on other forum member's suggestions, an aquarium brush attached to weed-eater line. Fed the weed-eater line, with attached brush, through the line, pulled the line through and voila - clean pipes. The brush I used was a Hagen (?), that was set up for cleaning long tubing. The original line wasn't long enough, so that's why I used the weed-eater twine.
Probably didn't increase water flow, but the lines looked nicer!
Good tip about using the weed eater line. I will probably just leave it alone then, its unsightly but its under the stand. I dont want to take the risk of breaking the tight seals i currently have on my inlet/outlet pipe. Im sure my parents would like new carpet upstairs but im not gonna be the one to pay for it by flooding the joint over night (lol).
Is it just me or has the forums seem......kinda quite? I usualy get repsonses to posts within a day but now its been 3+.