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Old 10-15-2012, 10:16 PM   #11
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I agree. And good luck with your tank! You'll get addicted haha. And welcome to AA!!!!
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Old 10-16-2012, 08:38 PM   #12
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If you did hit 4 ppm, then I would try adding ammonia to get back up to 4ppm. If it all gets converted in 24, then add a fish. Unfortunately, since its been 2 months, it's possible that some of your BB have died off if there wasn't a steady enough supply of ammonia. But maybe it didn't die off! Add some ammonia and test it. If you're still cycled, it'll be back to zero in 24h, and then if that does happen, it's fish time!!!
Ok so if the ammonia test doesn't go to 0ppm within 24hrs is there something else I have to do then?
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Ok so if the ammonia test doesn't go to 0ppm within 24hrs is there something else I have to do then?
Nope. Ya just gotta wait for it to come down. It'll happen. What's it at today? Do you have nitrites? Nitrates?
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Nope. Ya just gotta wait for it to come down. It'll happen. What's it at today? Do you have nitrites? Nitrates?
Nitrites and nitrates are both at 0 ammonia as of now is 2pmm. And ok thanks.
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