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kazfromadelaide
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04 Feb 2017, 12:57

Hi all, I used the search section to try and find how to load video... Nothing useful came up. Pleas tell me how I do it. Ta muchly.
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04 Feb 2017, 14:15

think you have to post it to youtube then copy and paste link on your post :think:
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04 Feb 2017, 16:00

vettepilot_6 wrote:think you have to post it to youtube then copy and paste link on your post :think:
You are right VP, but i don't think we are setup for video's here though. Shane might chime in on that. Craig
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04 Feb 2017, 17:49

Yup, you'll need to upload elsewhere. YouTube is best because you can then embed it directly into the post.
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kazfromadelaide
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04 Feb 2017, 17:50

I havent been on Youtube for a very long time... so password re set... I hope this works....

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https://youtu.be/9HqO5kRDJnI
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Craig52
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04 Feb 2017, 21:06

Hi Kaz, well that worked ok thanks. I have a fairly large fish pond that stays quite clean due to an abundance of aquatic plants but it gets very warm in the summer months so a recirculating pump like that would work fine just to keep the water slowly moving.
I really like the solar power as getting 240 voltage to the pond has worried me for years.
Now i know you from the Thylacine FB page i think, i just spent an hour watching You Tube pics in your link. Thanks for sharing. Cheers Craig. :thumbup:
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05 Feb 2017, 13:29

Craig52 wrote:Hi Kaz, well that worked ok thanks. I have a fairly large fish pond that stays quite clean due to an abundance of aquatic plants but it gets very warm in the summer months so a recirculating pump like that would work fine just to keep the water slowly moving.
I really like the solar power as getting 240 voltage to the pond has worried me for years.
Now i know you from the Thylacine FB page i think, i just spent an hour watching You Tube pics in your link. Thanks for sharing. Cheers Craig. :thumbup:
They are great for keeping the water moving, just keep an eye on the spray height as on windy days it may drain the water if too close to the edge. I aren't on the Thylacine FB page.... at least I dont think so.... You tube is a dangerous place, I get lost there for hours, one link to the next and oops...

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