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Old 08-29-2003, 10:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Has anyone attached eheim liquidoser director to the filter output? Can it be done? I haven't seen one outside of photos.

I want to add a doser because I'm lazy. I can't have it sitting on top of my tank becuase it will melt. I'm considering tapping it into my CO2 diffuser.
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Has anyone attached eheim liquidoser director to the filter output? Can it be done? I haven't seen one outside of photos.

I want to add a doser because I'm lazy. I can't have it sitting on top of my tank becuase it will melt. I'm considering tapping it into my CO2 diffuser.
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The liquidoser doesn’t operate like the more expensive dosers. Instead of slowly pumping the fluid through a tube into your tank it rotates a drum releasing about 1 ml of the fertilizer into the top of your tank. It wouldn’t be possible to hook it up to your CO2 reactor without cutting a hole in the top of the reactor and if you did that all the water in your tank would be pumped out within a couple minutes.
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