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  1. Hi, I have an opportunity to get a professional ro unit installed in my home and I was wondering what I should be looking for as far as filtration needs? I don't know much about it other than it can be set for 0 TDS, it will hold 30 gallons of ro water and it could be set up to the water softener. We have well water & when I did half well & half city (softened) water my large fantail would always get a sore on her belly so I went back to city water and she's been fine. Would a ro unit be a good idea or would a really good sump filtration unit be better? I have a saltwater tank with a multi filtration sump system (sock filter, live rock,protein skimmer & maybe something else) & I was thinking that a similar set up may work well for the goldfish is too or maybe ro & sump? I lug 45-60 gallons of water from work every week so if I can minimize that it would be great. Thanks for any input : )
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