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Old 27-05-2011, 11:24 AM   #11
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yes, the bubbles will get trapped and your canister will have problem later on if the co2 is going into your canister..
cos i was thinking that the CO2 will have to travel and be circulated more, and be given more time to dissolve as well.

went to take a look at the BOYU one, in the instructions, they showed to install it at the inlet pipe..
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