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Reef Chief
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We have had all RC equipment on BO. Supply and demand has been an issue for a while. So many units are in use and sold monthly, we are having to conform to the demand on a regular basis. Because so many DI chambers are not being returned, new ones are having to be imported and filled.
POLICY - NO EXCEPTIONS
If you do not have a trade in, you will be charged a $20.00 core charge for each DI chamber. This has been the policy all along. I have made poor judgement in allowing them to be returned on good faith. I have realized that this kind of approach is just not acceptable. Please do not ask for a waiver on this fee. It is your responsibility to return them. If you have returned exhausted chambers and are waiting for replacements, I know who you are. I have some and will contact those who have been waiting. However, a friendly reminder will not hurt.
Thanks

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c.talecki
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So you're saying we now have

So you're saying we now have to pay $20 for the canisters before we re-fill them with crappy color changing resin from BRS?? Tongue

Fill your tank with $5 bills, pour some gas in, light it on fire.......then you'll know the real cost of reefing.

Reef Chief
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pocket change

No, I just need extra cash. The 20's are going to pay for our executive bonus.

For the record.....You said it, not me. "crappy color changing resin from BRS"------probably why so many are missing
This way, I don't get a phone call from a president.

Having a seemingly unreachable vision. Working extremely arduous against all odds. Embracing and protecting the vision turned reality. Living the dream.
Life is not so bad after all.