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Just do me one favor before you set it up. Give it a bath using vinegar and water, alittle scrub down. This will remove the acrylic resin on it and allow it to operate normally almost immediatley.
Yeah I figured I would have to do something to clean it up. The pet store recommended using baking soda to clean stuff before I used it bmy tank when I got it and it left a residue on the glass so I think I'll def use the vinegar this time. I had to scrub my tank with a sponge to get it off. I think it will be plenty for my tank as its only a 55 gallon and I'm not getting into keeping a real coral tank yet. What modifications did you have to make to it before you got it running correctly?
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