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  1. Simple solution, cardboard rolls from paper towels. Stuff some paper towels in the other end as a lid, works really good. Well so far for a couple of days.
  2. Yeah that is probably a cheaper way than clamps.
  3. Temporary solution is a pair of locking pliers, so may have to just get a few small clamps to do the trick.
  4. Hi all, I have an fx 5, well two about the same age and I noticed there are a few of the lock nuts with cracks in them. Well one of them broke when cleaning the filter today. The orange bits on the right side is what I am referring to. Does anyone know where you can get a suitable part that would work? On Ebay it is about >$20 plus postage for a single complete lock nut. I know as soon as I replace one another will go soon. So not too keen on spending $30+ for each one. had a look at bunnings and no luck. I know it is a long shot. Thanks
  5. Yeah thinking about funnel type of thing? Have a few ideas....
  6. Hi All, its a long shot, I have an Eheim Twin Feeder for my big tank. I am assuming that it probably contains about 2 weeks food max with small feeds. I am looking for ways to increase the capacity and this product on youtube does the trick. Does anyone know if anything like this is available locally? Or know of any DIY solutions. I may just have to get a Chinese take away container and blue tack it to the top and drill holes in it....
  7. My tank is too big and at a weird shape that I have to use the magnet cleaners, I just recently bought the 'Flipper Max'. Love it. Had a generic algae magnet and was terrible. The Flipper Max has a blade side and a scrubber side. Expensive but I needed a strong and good solution, only clean the glass once every month or two as it gets very little algae on it but it the FM makes it very quick on a big tank. For smaller tanks I usually use the scrubber on a stick.
  8. Just heard back form Livefish if anyone is interested, they are taking EOI's for the next 3-4 weeks, enquired about prices and was advised nothing is confirmed yet, but estimating the price will be around $2500-$3500 Well I guess I am out... Mental price for a native fish.
  9. Cool info, do you have any idea on the price?
  10. What is the going rate for datnoids? Usually around the $50 dollar mark from other people I hear. Can you bring me back a heap of them please? $40 for a redtail catfish...lol $13 for a redtail/tiger :-0
  11. I would be so happy when we can import datnoids....they are not risk at all of breeding and being an invasive species. Love them, but can no longer justify dropping bucket loads of money on a fish anymore. So many good species out there that would be no risk at all with importing that are banned.
  12. Just as an FYI, I ended up getting the Flipper MAX, as I need to be able to go around corners. I am using the acrylic (plastic) scraper/blade and not the metal one and it is amazing. The scrub pad also does a way better job, I think my old one may of been dropped one too many times. Very happy with the Flipper cleaners. Although I cannot work out yet how to flip it easily...I rely on the corners to flip sides.
  13. Quick question, I was checking out the Flipper magnet, similar to the Tunze magnet, as it has a blade and a scrub pad. Watching a review, they say you should change the blade (steel) every 3-6 months.... Is that the same with the tunze where you have to keep replacing the blade?
  14. Lol, cheers and liked. Now to tell the missus....lucky we know what today is.
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