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For only ten bux I bet this would keep something topped off... just not accurately enough to maintain salinity, right?

https://photos.app.goo.gl/K6z0RDKQjy5vxLxI3

What else could you see getting in the way of pulling this off successfully as a DIY? 

Tee-hee, the brand is "Dare-o-matic"... anyone Dare me to try it? :lol:

 

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11 hours ago, joshhamp said:

Check out this thread. I've made two of these DIY auto topoffs and they were about $10 in materials and then just added the aqualifter pump. Pretty easy build as well. works great and saved about $100.

http://www.reefsanctuary.com/forum/index.php?threads/chipmunks-diy-ato-guide-step-by-step.64681/

B/c I've had my aqualifter fail / a tube come off, and not have the proper consideration for failsafe... I would like to remind everyone: 

NOTE: this project deals with electricity in sufficient quantities to damage equipment, harm livestock, cause fires, and even KILL YOU. I am going to be as clear and concise as possible, but if you are at all unsure about what is shown here or you are not 100% confident in your ability to work with electricity, DO NOT attempt anything here. This is no joke.

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10 hours ago, Budman said:

This is what I have made for my tank. Fun doy project

I 😍 that your keyboard autocorrect against DIY

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It did autocorrect. But that diy project is fun and easy. I am getting ready to make one for the frag tank. 

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