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Many aquarists have trouble successfully replacing the handle and/or clips of their Eheim Ecco canister filters– fret no more! Josh shows us how to quickly and easily replace this parts!

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COMMENTS

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    SgE Ze0 1 year ago

    I love Big Als

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    Rob L 1 year ago

    ????good video what store are you guys out of ?

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      Sacred Wisp 1 year ago

      Rob L Big Als in Canada, which store they filmed at is beyond me.

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    Bossray Twotiimes 1 year ago

    When you think you're the first viewer then noticed 98 people got here first ????????????????????‍♂️

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    Kilic Murathan 1 year ago

    Where's Thomas ?!

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      Thomas B 1 year ago

      Kilic Murathan I am here! Waldo is going to start getting Jealous if these comments keep up lol.

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    Jr Flores 1 year ago

    Where's Thomas!

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    No Name 1 year ago

    Love ur videos

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    Nigel Lau 1 year ago

    I miss Thomas!!

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      Thomas B 1 year ago

      Nigel Lau I am still here! Got some cool vids cooking for everyone 🙂

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    DiGiTaLM4N 1 year ago

    Why would you want to replace the clip and handle on this model? Does it break easily or something?

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      MPWALL 1 year ago

      DiGiTaLM4N that’s my assumption.Terrifying isn’t it. Wonder how much these replacement parts are

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      Thomas B 1 year ago

      The parts are relatively inexpensive. They are wear & tear parts and depending on how often you service your canister, and how rough you are with it, these parts can break over time. Most often this handle and the clips are damaged from being dropped.

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    Nick P 1 year ago

    Some tips, be more descriptive with your words as you move through the steps, describe the approximate angle to release the latch, words like "the red button there" are not helpful and do not describe in detail what you are doing… "push the red button on the front of the power head unit to allow the handle to pass over latch" , be more descriptive about the amount of pressure when squeezing the clips together and the amount of pressure to push down that you are using..

    when the clips are properly installed you should call out the "satisfying click" that they make when they are properly in pl;ace..

    when you are putting the handle back on "what are you lining it up to? what angle are you positioning it at?

    you should describe how you need to lift the handle while pressing down the power head in order for it to properly seal and perhaps even suggest that you wet down the Red O Ring in order to allow it to slip together and seal nicely and not bind or get damaged upon installation from ripping or tearing due to lack of "lubrication"

    Keep up the videos guys and i hope you take my constructive criticism well and put it to good use!

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    hammad khan 1 year ago

    We want Thomas

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    Nigel Lau 1 year ago

    @Thomas B hurray!

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    turtlemaster45 1 year ago

    Why is there no Thomas. We need thomas. We need thomas. We need thomask bring him back

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    turtlemaster45 1 year ago

    Hey big als, Many of your tanks at the big als near me (brampton) are just empty. For example it has the red wag platys sticker but theyre all sold out so fast, also the shrimp, the snails, and the plants.

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    Hail PDR 1 year ago

    Who's this guy? Boo ????

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    shalev ohayon 1 year ago

    nice tattoo Josh! who's Michaela? yea i know hebrew,sue me

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    Marcus Braun 1 year ago

    That construction is a shame, really.

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    talk2leo 6 months ago

    Great! Helped with my problem.

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    Ted Nordin 4 months ago

    What to do if the clip brakes when closed?

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    Rienzo Sanmartin 1 month ago

    Thanksssss