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Old 03-18-2007, 12:56 PM   #11
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Well I opened the valves full open and the tank seems to be stable. My tanks water level is about 1" from overflowing, but it has not done so for 2 days. I added my decorations today, some coral and rocks (not live). The bottom is crush coral and Arag-Alive sand. The salt level is stable and correct. The question I have is where is my Ph suppose to be at. Does it depend on the fish or is it the same for all. The Bio-Filter sump is working fine. I have the water level so that half of the balls are in water and the other half are not and have water running over them. Thanks for all the help.

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