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Fitting a new motor head

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Fitting a new motor head
Old 02-03-2010, 04:07 PM   #1
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Hi,

after some earlier advice I'm looking at replacing a broken motor head for a Tropiquarium 68; the filter/pump unit is an internal 'Fluval Biolife'...I'm really not sure how to wire this AND make it 100% safe, as the aquarium has the lights and pump wired into the hood.

Any guides or a step-by-step process would be amazing, if you need any clarification just ask

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Have you tried contacting the company's tech support?
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