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Old 11-09-2004, 08:41 PM   #11
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What you should do is test your source water for PO4, thats where it begins. If your source water is PO4 free, then you can concetrate on things like cutting back on feeding, improving flow, improving skimmer performance, etc.
If you source water has an abundance of PO4, then you need to add a DI stage to your RO system. Gotta start with clean change water in order to solve the problem.

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