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Old 04-27-2005, 03:52 PM   #21
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Yes, the surface was always like that. The wavemaker is (supposedly) overpowered a bit for our tank. I rarely open doors or windows until our weather gets better (snowing today - yuck!). In a few days I might be able to open the window nearby it again if it warms up. I do have the front of the cover "cracked" and propped open as well to allow a flow thru of air.
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Old 04-27-2005, 07:31 PM   #22
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I do have the front of the cover "cracked" and propped open as well to allow a flow thru of air.
As much as you can would help. With less outdoor air making it's way into the tank room, there will more ambient CO2 available which in turn pulls down the pH. I am sure once you can get some regular fresh air in the house the problem will go away.

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tested today but results were the same. I'll be hoping for some better weather soon. Thanks for sticking with me!!
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No worries :P

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