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Old 06-14-2015, 08:44 PM   #31
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Ditch gyre. It is one of the ones that I don't see much water movement out of. That and short pulse. Originally liked them...until I was able to try out reef crest and tidal swell. I think the default reeflink sync for them is just that. Constant speed during lights out, but reef crest into tidal swell into lagoon before back to constant during lights out.
So what do you recommend as far as settings go?
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Old 06-14-2015, 08:49 PM   #32
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That is what mine is set to. I think simply trying to tweek to get the last amount of flow out could help.
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Stupid question..does sandbed thickness have anything to do with cyano? In my case, I have an inch at most, other places it's less.
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Nope. All low flow and nutrient issue.
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Well, I moved down the other MP40. I still have growth on the sandbed, but it's patchy now. The rocks "appear" to be clear. If it is a nutrient issue, I have no idea where it's coming from. I have probably "changed" the entire 200+ gallons of water through all my water changes and only feed once a day.
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I'm amazed. When I have used it, every bit of visual cyano disappeared within a few days. One time, it was a customers tank that had a half inch blanket of it over everything.
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Still all over my sandbed.
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