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    Emergnecy.. Scrubber Dead?

    Well last night had a 4" x 6" piece of plexiglass fly 20ft across my basement (using a table saw away from tanks), hit a wall then the furnance the right through the side of my 125g sump. Which I had to drain and shut down. So my questions is how long will my screen stay "alive" just wet from Ro water? Trying to save my basement and DT i just threw it in the sink in a bowl and not tank water.. I need to start A whole new screen or scrap it all off and run it? Which I have to build a whole new scrubber hanger as well. I made a new hill billy sump to get back running in 6 hrs out of a 100g rubbermaid tube.

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    Sorry to hear about this. Most of the growth will be ok in any type of water for up to three days. Just clean it before running it again because a lot of growth will fall off.

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    For those of you who have a fish room as part of your workshop, it can happen!

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