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Old 09-12-2004, 11:02 AM   #21
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im also using IO

30gal / 2: maxijet 600s / 150w heater / CPR Bak Pak2 (maxijet 1200)/FOWLR

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I wouldn't even bother dosing yet.. you should be fine with just water changes.

These things are only needed once you get into calcium demanding corals.

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I hate scraping the coralline off my thermometer also. Each time I remove the thermometer it's hard to stick back on the tank because the suction cups are old and crusty.
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I have the stick on kind and it is as accurate as anything else I have used. Plus you dont have yet another Item hanging in your tank.

Hardware: 37 gallon SW tank and stand by Oceanic Systems, Magnum 350 Pro Canister Filter (half carbon), CPR Bak Pak 2R skimmer, Maxijet 1200 Powerhead, RenaCal 150 W heater, Compact fluorescent lights with moonlights. 40 lbs of liverock, 3" sand bed.

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