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Old 10-04-2009, 03:58 AM   #11
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You could throw some carbon in your filter and go ahead and do a water change, just to be on the safe side.
I agree with the above and then do an indepth search for more pennies and ask your sister how many she threw in there.
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break out the metal detector!
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I don't know that carbon will get it out. I would use chemi pure or poly filters. I think there might be something else out the cuprimine or something like that, but it's getting late...
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Seachem Cuprisorb...

Seachem. CupriSorb

Don't think a penny for that short of time would cause issues, but if it was my tank I'd probably be running Cuprisorb (or a PolyFilter) just to be sure. Carbon ain't gonna cut it with copper.
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That's it, thanks Kurt!!!!
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