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    Having Trouble Finding Spare Parts?

    How many of you have equipment piling up in your garage or basement gathering dust only because you canít find parts for it?

    Well, take note and put this web site into your favorites folder.

    AquariumPart.com

    They bill themselves as, "The Web's Best Source for aquarium light bulbs & light parts, uv sterilizer parts, protein skimmer parts, aquarium filter parts, aquarium pump parts, and RO system parts".

    I would add, ĒAnd so much more", like service! Iíve gotten to know the owner and I highly recommend them.

    I am not affiliated with Aquarium Part with the exception of being a happy customer. You have my word on that! Get that old equipment back into working condition and use it, or sell it and get it out of the wifeís eye.

    Dick
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    Good Luck comes to those who research and prepare.


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    Nice resource, thanks!
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    Awesome thanks for sharing the sight.

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    Hey V, one mans trash is the other mans treasure.
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