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Old 10-26-2008, 03:50 PM   #21
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i bought a a seachem ammonia alert. I got it because someone at a pet store said that it is better at showing you "or not" if it is still toxic ammonia. it shows that there is no sigh as ammonia in the tank and it has been there scene 12 last night! and i just checked the alert like the box said to make sure it was working, and it is working!! Do you think it is safe to add a new fish!!
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