Anyone else have tailbone pains from lifting buckets?

smalli

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Is it just me or does this happen when your doing like a 50% water change? And then your tailbone starts to hurt? has anyone found any soultions for this? Ive looked at the python water changer and the thing about that is it wastes water when suctions it out and its very expencive.
 

mimo91088

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I just use my sink to start the siphon on the python, then disconnect the hose and stick it in the drain. It's slower, but it doesn't waste water that way.
 
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smalli

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mimo91088 said:
I just use my sink to start the siphon on the python, then disconnect the hose and stick it in the drain. It's slower, but it doesn't waste water that way.
Ok i have a like air suction thing for a water changer do you think i could add that in the pipe things and drain it into my toilet insted of the sink?
 

mimo91088

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Not sure but it sounds possible
 

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