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  1. Water circulation overkill?

    Hey guys, I hope this is the right area for this question. I have a 120 gallon tank and I am using 2 eheim 2217 for filtration I also have a 1850gph wavemaker circulation pump. My tank has juvenile cichlids about 20 of them and yesterday I seen a Cichlid had died by getting sucked against the intake of the wavemaker. I have since stopped using it. I am wondering if it is too overkill for that size of tank or if that was just bad luck and is a rare occurance. It had been running with that pump for a few weeks with no issues. Any help is appreciated. Thanks! The pump is a kedsum I ordered off amazon.
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