You should check your fuel filter and or fuel pressure. A mantains manule should tell you what psi it should be not running and running. Run a code reader to check if there may be codes You should check your fuel filter and or fuel pressure. A mantains manule should tell you what psi it should be not running and running. Run a code reader to check if there may be codes
If a filter is not cycled it will not particularly stress the fish but it will only be stirring up the water. If the filter is making too much current for the particular species of fish it may disturb the fish a little but if it is a case of a cycled filter running or not running, I can assure you that the fish will be more stressed by not having a filter than having one running a bit faster than neccessary.
You can eat but not to much.
That would depend on the filter . the best thing to do would be to contact the manufacturer of the filter.
You should change your fuel filter every 90,000 to 100,000 miles.
looks much better and easier to repair if required
Hmmm, do you possibly mean the back wash valve on the filter? This valve has many positions to choose from especially for sand filters. Filter, back wash, drain, drain to waste, filter bypass, closed. They are pretty much self explanatory. Normal position would be the "filter" position while the pump is running and the filter is working. Ken
depends on how much running there doing. most you should pay would be like 60 dollars
A 300-gallon filter? I have no clue. The industry rates filter on the diameter of the filter tank. So if you can cover the gallons to inches I can tell you how much sand you will need.
That depends on what sort of business you are running.
If you can eat while running then as much as you want
If you are changing the oil you should ALWAYS change the filter too.