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Why not just run the small filter on one of your other tanks (along with the current filter) since you have so much time. Then you'll have a nicely established filter for your other tank.
Originally Posted by okiemavis
Lol yeah, thats actually what I did. I got an aqua clear 150... Or I think they are called 40's now. But anyways, it drips water out of where the motor, and impeller screws into the filter part. And I was just going to run the aqua clear on this tank and then when I was ready to cycle run the regent 15 or 20 whatever is it I have, and run it along with the aqua clear to help it. Because it's been on my main tank for probably a month or so. But since my plans have been completely ruined, and I can't run the aqua clear on it. And my mom won't let me just have a tank full of water sit there, I have to sacrifice the bacteria in my regent filter and run it on my not cycling yet tank... Lol I'm surprised I'm not really frustrated... I guess I'm just imagining what its going to be like once I get paid and I can do whatever I want with the tank. It will be well worth the wait. [/quote]
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