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I have got a little question regarding my new phobya balancer resevoir.

It 4 has out/inlets on the lower section and one inlet at the top.

Most people use the upper inlet as a fillport but I want to use it as inlet for my loop so I can have a kind of waterfall effect.

The only problem with that is ...how would I fill the loop?
I plan on using the bottom one as outlet for the pump to suck from.
So ..how would I fill the loop up with the upper inlet occupied with hose?
Could I just fill up...turn pump on until the res is empty and just hold the upper section over the res and not fully close it?But what if the loop is filled at some point I won´t be able to do that anymore.

I hope you have some ideas or experience
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so?
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why not just run a nice Y line so you can have both?
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Would that add air bubble to the loop? The Y Line idea is spetacular
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