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I have to use an air stone in all of my tanks that have any fish. Why? I don't know. I run them 24/7 simply because I cannot seem to find an inexpensive timer that functions properly with an air pump, and I've spent so much money recently with respect to all of this--that I am just plain reluctant to spend $25+ (x ?) on a good, reliable timer. I will in the future, but right now I just feel the need to procrastinate for a while.
Simply hook the hose to the air stones and anchor the stones into your tank system. On actual fish tanks you can buy anchors to do this for you, or you can simply pin them under rocks in the tank, which can make for amazing visual effects. The last step is connecting the air line to the pump and turning it on.
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First off, let me say that I have little experience with fish tanks, my mom had one for the longest time and I love fish and having that experience. Any ways here is one of my many questions as I am doing a lot of research before I go out and spend my money, I want to put a bubble wall in the back of the tank, however I have seen reviews of bubble walls not working at all. So here is what I am thinking of doing. Using a series of T connecters and tubes I want to place around 10 or 12 smaller air stones at the back of the tank and bury the hoses and air stones with the gravel or sand. I do not want the hoses to be visible or the air stones. My main question is that will I have a decent bubble wall if I bury the air stones, and if I do have a decent bubble wall will it disturb the gravel or sand that is covering it up? I plan on dedicating one air pump to this whole process and if I could draw it, I am sure you would really see what I am talking about. I plan on having a 75 or 100 gallon tank. I do plan on having other air decorations but those will prolly be on another air pump. I would love your input, and advice, and experience. Thanks in advance.