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Thread: Hi all! The In Sink Erator adventure

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    Default Hi all! The In Sink Erator adventure

    Bonjour CichlidForums!

    I must say that I've missed my friends here badly, but now I am back and you guys will just have to deal with it

    I can't wait to get reaquainted and meet the new folk since my departure.

    I'll start with a tale of mis-adventure and one that details the relative lack of brain cells of the author. ME!

    OK. So, I'm rinsing new gravel for the aquarium in a sieve over the food disposal.

    Yeah. Not very smart. Now, I am trying to find that little allen wrench to manually move the motor. I'll probably have to pull the whole thing and replace.

    And I was set just to gaze at my new gravel all day.
    too many fish not enough tank

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    Murphy's Law....
    "Cichlids aren't aggressive, they are territorial. Aggression is a response to inadequate territory for their breeding and feeding needs."

    "A Nation of Sheep Breeds a Government of Wolves!"

    My Tanks

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    Yes, tis true...

    I got the Erator running good again! I used an allen wrench to manually move the motor and dislodged all the tiny rocks. Now I can get back to enjoying the forum and my tank.
    too many fish not enough tank

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    Ha! I did that at my old house! My husband wasn't happy and I felt like a dope.....
    Quote Originally Posted by maccichlid View Post
    at least when i smack you, it will be with a prize-worthy koi, not some common carp.

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    Those Erators are awesome. We just got one in our new kitchen; quiet yet powerful.
    Two mbuna tanks (a 180G and a 75G).

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