This seems unusual, at least to me. A colony of Carpenter ants has moved into the bass speaker cavity of my Bose CD Radio. I've removed the grille (with top of case) and have removed the nest material in the front of the channel, but they have built a solid nest toward the back, where it curves, and it looks like the whole thing has to come apart to get it all out. So, the question is, what are the steps to disassembling it to this level. Does the plastic curving bass channel even come apart, or is it glued together.
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I can't help you with the coffee maker but I can help you with the ants. Mix boric acid with a little wet cat food and leave it out that will kill the ants back at the colony they carry back the food and the whole Colony ends up eating it and dies if they are sweet ants mix the boric acid with sugar water and make a paste same thing will happen
According to their site, one vial of ants (contains 30) should be enough. But they also sell 3 vials (90 ants). I would assume you shouldn't put anymore than that. You can contact the by email or telephone to check for specifics:http://unclemilton.com/contact/
If it;s a gel colony, you don't need to feed them. The gel serves as food and water for the ants. It may be that the ants in your Uncle Milton gel ant farm are not tunneling because they are not used to their new environment, as they are used to dirt. It will take them a little bit of time to get acclimated and then they should start moving.
According to the Uncle Milton site, they accepyt credit card or Paypal. You can always collect your own ants for the ant farm gel colony and use them instead of ordering new ones. Just make sure you take ants that are from the same colony.
Here is the manual for Uncle Milton's Ant Farm Gel Colony: http://unclemilton.com/manuals/ant_farm_gel_colony_manual.pdf You do not need to feed or water the ants, the gel supply supplies them with nutrients and liquids.