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Aqueon Power Filter
I just got a new 14 gallon aquarium to hold my fry and it came with an Aqueon Power Filter. When I was setting the filter up I noticed that the electrical cord begins on the side of the filter that touches water. I looked at the picture shown in the directions and it showed part of the electrical cord submerged. This just seemed a little dangerous to me. Is it ok to have the beginning of the cord submerged or should I just keep the water level lower in the tank so the water doesn't touch the cord?
I remember Bettababy is giving some of the Aqueon products a trial and so far, she is giving them a thumbs up.
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