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Black specs that look like dirt around my indoor plant

Black specs that look like dirt around my indoor plant



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Black specs that look like dirt around my indoor plant.

All I have done lately is put this inside my fish tank. Two inches of water in a glass cup holder with a battery operated circulation pump to supply the water. The plant is a red skirted fairy wren.

I have the filter room running with three others running all the time to keep the level of dissolved solids at about 30 ppm. The diatomaceous earth filtration system runs about 10 hours a day. There is some minor dyeing in the water from the treatment so I would like to drop that to about 5 ppm.

It is a flatbed snow blower on a 30 gallon tank on an electric heat pad.

Here are the specs on the tank:

0.5 gallon/min flow rate

30-40 gallon capacity

Here is a picture of the system from inside the tank. There is an inlet on the top front with a filter hose going to the float switch. The pump is about 2 feet from the tank and another hose goes to the controller that turns the pump on and off with a timer. The plants are very happy, but the first time I did not notice that I was shorting the float switch and then the pump stopped. It would not run again. When I fixed that the pump would still sometimes stop from time to time when I am moving the machine. I started feeding the plant too much water and eventually it died. I took it out and tried another one, the same thing, no water. I went to a pet store and bought a new battery and switch. I put it back in and it does not run, never started in the past three months.

I think that I have a problem with the float switch, but I can't be sure. Do you have any ideas?

It is a flatbed snow blower on a 30 gallon tank on an electric heat pad.

Here is a picture of the system from inside the tank. There is an inlet on the top front with a filter hose going to the float switch. The pump is about 2 feet from the tank and another hose goes to the controller that turns the pump on and off with a timer. The plants are very happy, but the first time I did not notice that I was shorting the float switch and then the pump stopped. It would not run again. When I fixed that the pump would still sometimes stop from time to time when I am moving the machine. I started feeding the plant too much water and eventually it died. I took it out and tried another one, the same thing, no water. I went to a pet store and bought a new battery and switch. I put it back in and it does not run, never started in the past three months.

I think that I have a problem with the float switch, but I can't be sure. Do you have any ideas?

I have noticed a lot of threads like this on BHS, and if that's what it's a problem with that switch just replace it. Those things are very cheap to purchase or make.

Here are the specs on the tank:

0.5 gallon/min flow rate

30-40 gallon capacity

Here is a picture of the system from inside the tank. There is an inlet on the top front with a filter hose going to the float switch. The pump is about 2 feet from the tank and another hose goes to the controller that turns the pump on and off with a timer. The plants are very happy, but the first time I did not notice that I was shorting the float switch and then the pump stopped. It would not run again. When I fixed that the pump would still sometimes stop from time to time when I am moving the machine. I started feeding the plant too much water and eventually it died. I took it out and tried another one, the same thing, no water. I went to a pet store and bought a new battery and switch. I put it back in and it does not run, never started in the past three months.

I think that I have a problem with the float switch, but I can't be sure. Do you have any ideas?

I have noticed a lot of threads like this on BHS, and if that's what it's a problem with that switch just replace it. Those things are very cheap to purchase or make.

Tank is a snow blower, it's a really old Honda that does not need replacing.

Hm, so it's not just our filter setup then, and I can confirm what you say. I had the same thing on one of the aquatics ites and replacing the float switch fixed it.

Tank is a snow blower, it's a really old Honda that does not need replacing.

Hm, so it's not just our filter setup then, and I can confirm what you say. I had the same thing on one of the aquatics ites and replacing the float switch fixed it.

As far as the switch goes, the comments on BHS say they are both on/off and are bad, I have found them all over, but like I said, replacing a good switch is so cheap. Maybe I'm missing some detail on it.

Adakah skru longkang di suis terapung tinggal di tempat? Anda memerlukan suis baru yang boleh dialihkan ke kedudukan ON tanpa memegang longkang di tempatnya. Saya membeli beberapa daripada mereka di kedai akuarium.

Asalnya Dihantar oleh Hans Van Der Brust

Sejauh suis berjalan,