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This is a step-bystep instruction for setting up an aquarium We will discuss pertinent topics such as location purpose and setup There are a several items you will need for your aquarium I recommend at least a 20-gallon aquarium to start but the size is up to you You will need an undergravel filter gravel 15 pounds per gallon One to two powerheads depending on the size of your aquarium a heater stand and an aquarium hood with light The first thing you must think about is location Find a spot that will make the aquarium stand out in the room Try to keep your aquarium away from windows that receive a lot of sunlight Too much sunlight throughout the day may create an over abundance of algae in the aquarium Once you find the right location set up the stand and make sure it is levelYou also need to decide what purpose the aquarium is going to serve Will it be for entertainment Do you want it to be a living picture Is it for educational purposes You will need to know this for the type of fish and filtration system you will needBefore you start to set-up the aquarium or do anything else you must wash out the aquarium gravel and all other equipment being used in the aquarium with regular tap water After washing place the aquarium on the stand and assemble the undergravel filter If you look on the box that it came in it will tell you how to put the filter together Place the filter on the bottom of the tank and insert the enclosed lift tubes Once that is done you are ready to start putting in the gravel Try not to pour all of it in at once take your time After all the gravel is put in smooth it out so that you can have a level surface to put decorations on later The power heads
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