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Old 06-05-2008, 03:48 PM   #11
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Not having any fish is good. Now you can take your time, read the articles, ask the questions and save for the higher priced items while you plan the perfect 90 gallon tank.
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I just did a test for Nitrite and it looks like I still have some. Should I wait till it's all gone before moving **** over slowly?
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Yes. Nitrites present in the tank means the cycle isn't done yet.
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Man o Man! I don't remember waiting this long for my 55g. My Ph looks good but when I did my test for Nitrites the water turned just a little pink. Looked like maybe around 0.2. Should be done soon I hope.
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You're almost there. Just hang in a bit longer to let the cycle complete
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