Re: NANFA-- Cold fish

Roselawn Museum (
Wed, 23 May 2001 14:38:54 -0400


Good points. This unit is already equipped with flourescent lights. That
being the case, I'm hoping to lay the wiring for the filter in the same
path the light wiring takes to avoid additional holes. If this works,
you'll know, because I'll be trying to trade for "chilly fish" fairly
quickly. In any event, I'll always have something cold to drink in the fish


>You'd have to put a hole in somewhere probably to slip in an extension
>cord to run your lights and/or filter/air. You might need to reinforce
>it a bit to hold the weight of the tank, but they should be able to hold
>pretty good weight since they're filled with soda or milk and that
>anyway. I've been thinking about that one for some time. If you can find
>one I'd sure like to know how your results are.

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