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Old 03-12-2011, 11:45 PM   #1
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Unhappy 12g aquapod cycleing promblem?

I just started up my 12g aquapod reef tank and i am a little worried. First off i got the tank off CL and it already had the sand in it with water just a little below the surface of the sand to keep it from drying out. I got home and didn't rinse the sand just started filling with distilled water and salt mix. Was that a bad move on my part? I put about 15 lbs of live fiji and tonga rock that i got off CL too, it came from a tank that was being broken down. had no light for a month and the temp was 57 degrees Fahrenheit. still had purple on it tho. Please help...
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