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Marineland Perfecto Jetstream Supersystem

Discussion in 'General Plant Topics' started by elemkar, May 9, 2005.

  1. elemkar

    elemkar Junior Poster

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    I have the Marineland JetStream Supersystem 75g predrilled tank with a separate return stand pipe on one end and a separate overflow stand pipe on the other end of the tank. I was running just water through the system to get things cleaned out and everything seemed balanced. Now, three days later I cannot stop my overflow from gurgling loudly. I have a Mag 9.5 pump with a ball valve turned down to reduce flow in case I am overpowering the overflow - No help. Adjusting the control rod in the overflow stand pipe helps reduce the gurgle when it is pulled almost all the way up. I am using a Tidepool II with 1" pvc pipe all around and the Mag pump is rated for a max of 950gph. Any thoughts?
    Thanks
    Elwin
     
  2. AZFish1

    AZFish1 Junior Poster

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    Re: Marineland Perfecto Jetstream Supersystem

    I made one of these for my AGA tank with built in overflows. Worked like a charm. It might look a little odd in your tank since the tubes are visible but I am sure you could get creative and hide the hardware....

    http://www.dursostandpipes.com/

    The only change I made was to use an adjustible section so that I could get the overflow height where I wanted it. This thing is darn near silent.
     
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