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  1. Where located? Why selling?
  2. See pics. I lowered the weir between ref and pump to lowest setting and set other weir between skim and ref 1” higher. That puts the Skimmer in about 8.5” water. kirk...I still have 3” of water above Return Pump. I could remove the weir panel completely which will drop that level another 1” and drop other weir 1” but not sure if nevessary (unless I need Skimmer in less than 8.5” of water.
  3. Will post full picture soon and also set weirs for Skimmer needs. Then need help adjusting Skimmer to prevent surprise wet skin and depletion of water in sump.
  4. I was told to set weir 1 to proper height for Skimmer (8”), Then Set weir 2 about 1” lower. Also, set Skimmer 100% open for now and slowly close it till ideal setting. I know it should be aboitnhwre bubble at top of neck...but...also seen it overflow immediately after changing socks so don’t want to accidentally wet skin sump down again.
  5. ...setting up a new 125g tank in Covington with a 30g sump but having issues with setting the correct levels in sump, as related to the Skimmer as well. Had 2 major scares that could have turned into tank crashes and Return Pump burn out. Here is what I posted on other groups/sites but hoping a friendly expert on NorthShore that way want to come check it out, help ;-) Any Sump experts out there? NEED HELP! I am having serious issues setting the ideal/proper level in the sump. There are 2 adjustable weirs: #1. between the Skimmer Chamber and Refugium Chamber then #2. between the Refugium Chamber and Return Pump Chamber. I assume #1 should be higher than #2 because if #2 higher, than #1 is not used. Is it typically about 1” diff? Do I then move them both up/down to the ideal setting for the Skimmer? Can someone guide me based on attached pics (Ignore current water level, which higher than weirs temporarily).