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Old 10-05-2006, 02:24 PM   #11
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I got the dual timer strip that's on that site.
Ahhh, I missed that, I got the single one. I'm glad it works, maybe I'll try it on my next tank! Did you have fun figuring out how to set it? LOL! It took me a few times and trying to flip those little things was fun!
You will start to see things move, sooner than you think. Then we'll see you in the ID forum. I would suggest you get a flashlight with a red lense. Wait about 1-2 hours after lights out and turn on the light and watch.
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ooooo sounds fun! my wife and I have a red light in the bedroom! It'll be nice for it to have dual use! j/k lol

I haven't even messed with the strip yet, since it's cycling... but I have the instructions... I'll get around to messing with it in the coming days! wish me luck!

oh, also: I checked my nitrites tonight (day 5-6 in my new cycle) and have none at all.... is this normal? I've seen many postings regarding using raw shrimp, but I figured there's enough dead stuff on my lr..... I will have a full master kit tomorrow.... but I'm just wondering if I'm doing okay....
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