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    0 Not allowed!
    Quote Originally Posted by aspects
    OCD = obsessive compulsive disorder . Not aquaria related (actually for a lot of us I guess it is. Lol. )

    AC20/30/110 = model numbers of the AquaClear power filters.
    Ok gotcha! I am like that something will come to my mind and off I go...typing what is "there" at the moment or I will forget it. So you are liable to run into some of my "tongue in cheek" comments as I type...no harm meant. just me and my mind. :)
    The pictures we take today, are our memories for tomorrow...take lots of pictures

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    A mag float is an aquarium glass cleaning tool that has a handle on the outside of the tank and a scrubber on the inside of the tank. Both pieces have magnets in them that lets you move the scrubber all around the inside of the tank to wipe off alge, water spots, or anything else that is on the glass without the need to put your arms in the tank.
    http://www.drsfostersmith.com/produc...fm?pcatid=4083

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    Ok steve...I have seen those...when you said float...I was thinking of something you leave in the tank and it cleans. "duh" <g>

    I was going to mark this "solved" but don't see where that option is..

    Thanks everyone...
    all good answers for my questions...Think I will stick around ..

    sherri
    The pictures we take today, are our memories for tomorrow...take lots of pictures

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