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  1. I've never used canister filters before so I apologize for not knowing much. I'm trying to get the input and output tubes locked into the lid and I can't get the blue handle all the way down. I don't wanna bust it off so I didn't apply a lot of pressure unless your supposed to. Also any priming tips?
  2. I recently got a used 75 gallon tank with a Fluval 304 canister, heaters, airpumps etc. My main problem right now is the canister filter because it has a lot of salt residue. I have no idea how much salt could be deep inside the filter since I can hear some moving around. Is it easy to take apart? What would be the best cleaning method?
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