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  1. Hi all, There is a function on my automatic feeder which will let you choose "days" from 0-99. Not quite sure what this function is for. I worked out how to set feeding times and the amount of scoops. Not sure about the days tho. Want the feeder to feed the fish every day while i am at work. The feeder has no name otherwise i would have googled instructions. Help is much appreciated.
  2. So this is my idea 1L bottle with some sort of insulation on the outside put that inside a 2L bottle and half submerge in aquarium. Fill the 1L with filter wool and direct foams then add either a bio filter in the top or something like this sponge bio filter powered by an air stone that will run water through continuously. I need I need it to supply a steady supply of black works for 2-3 weeks at a time. For when I go overseas I've looked at automatic systems but they don't seem to be suitable for what I want. This is my current blackworm culture and they do great I change all of the water once a week with tap water add a tiny drop of prime then squirt in some fish waste or feed them fish flakes so I figured use the same principles that are working now but place it above the tank with an escape route Thoughts? Ideas input? I've researched everywhere for someone who has done something similar but no luck so I'm inventing it and would love some input. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. .Hi Folks, I have a small Aquaponic system with an automatic bell siphon, which is quite loud the end of the water flowing down. I tried to seal the siphon with Styrofoam and extended the hose where the water arriving to the fish tank, but it is still noise. Do you have guys any other ideas what could I do to reduce this noise? Thank you! Jani
  4. Who here uses an automatic feeder. I'm looking at getting one but it needs to hold a decent amount of food. I'm talking at least 2 to 4 Kg and 6mm pellets. All the ones I have looked at are battery powered which I don't really like but will buy if I really have to. Any feed back would be great. Cheers
  5. Hi all, does anyone have for sale or would be willing to loan (for a fee if you like) a couple of automatic fish feeders. I am going on holidays for a week and wanted to keep regular feed regime up on a couple of tanks. Would need two of them in second week of December.
  6. Looking to buy an automatic fish feeder, never used one before. Does anyone have any experience with these? Can you recommend any particular one? Features to look for, things to avoid etc? Are they reliable?
  7. Hey guys, Got a sick Discus, so i threw together some bits and pieces and made an automatic water changer for my hospital tank well, its not exactly automatic, but it sure helps So this is what the entire setup looks like Fill this container with water and watch it drip down the airtubing Threw on an adjustable dripper which ive set to 3 drops per second (changing approx 12L per day) Water drips into the tank and flows over the edge into another container surrounding the tank and finally drips out of the container into another little bucket had all the bits and pieces except the two buckets, which cost me $2 a pop, hence a $4 setup Put water into the top bucket once daily and let gravity do the rest its crude, but it works for the time being Hope you enjoyed
  8. Some people have too much time ... http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=j7iPYLLhK ... re=related
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