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Old 07-14-2009, 2:06 PM   #1
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Current-USA Parts

Hey Matt,

I just wanted to let you know that I was able to get Current-USA to mail me the clips for the Solana lid today. I was in yesterday and bought the yashe and had to improvise until they get here. I would suggest that you have the people that need the clips, or any other replacement parts, to just e-mail Current. Looks like they will send them for no charge.

As always, thanks for always being friendly, helpful and knowledgable. It puts you guys in the upper-echelon in the retail world.

Thanks Again,

Matt Traylor

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Old 07-15-2009, 6:20 PM   #2
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Yashe Hase update

Hey Matt and Amanda,

The Yashe has made it for two days. In the first 10 minutes, he proved that he was a world champion carpet surfer. He also jumped out of the smallest little crack the next morning. Just make sure that people that buy those KNOW that they WILL jump. I finally made a make shift corner cover until Current gets me the clips they promised.

My pistol shrimp still has his personal ad in the tank and they have not hooked up. Although, the pistol did come out for the first time when the goby got near. Maybe they will hook up.

Just thought I'd post an update. I'll be in on Friday for some water. I hope the meeting went well for you guys last night.

--Matt Traylor

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Old 09-23-2009, 10:26 AM   #3
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Glad you found the clips from Current. Sorry we could not have been more help in getting them. Some gobies are very persistant at jumping out, I find if you can keep them in for 3-4 days that they then get used to the tank and settle down. Until they settle, everything spooks them and they go shoot straight up.

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