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Old 04-01-2011, 07:42 PM   #11 
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I think Aqueon has a mini version of their regular water changer recently available. In a 2.5 gallon, I would just rinse the gravel in dechlorinated water in a tank that small. There is not much room for the fish to swim away from the suction of the vac.
Well he wouldn't need to swim away from the suction of the vacuum if you are sweeping the gravel. I dont know about you, but my fish doesn't swim under gravel. Also, it's not like you cant kink the tube.
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Sadly, I have had some very bad experiences in the past changing out large tanks containing gravel. I was only trying to help.
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