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Old 05-26-2011, 08:23 PM   #11
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did you see the picture of the test?
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did you see the picture of the test?
yes your nitrites are really high how long has this tank been setup?
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week or so. :/ the ntrate is always the same at 0... i need help with this, i added shrimp and the shrimp is all gone, and my sand started to turn brown. can u please help me i need a solution
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it doesnt look like your cycle is finished i cant really see the ammonia from the picture but it kinda looks like its 0 if so your cycle is almost done do you have live stock in the tank right now?
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yes 2 live rocks. and a clown fish
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yes 2 live rocks. and a clown fish
can you take the fish back til ammonia and nitrite read 0? if not your gonna need to do some water changes to bring down the nitrite so your the fish doesnt die
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week or so. :/ the ntrate is always the same at 0... i need help with this, i added shrimp and the shrimp is all gone, and my sand started to turn brown. can u please help me i need a solution
Your nitrate will remain at 0 till your nitriets come down...
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i called and they said i cnt take it back :/ but the fish seem really fine, but ill do some changes u think getting water changes help the water get 0 nitrite? and 0 amonia? cause i cnt do anything bout the fish i cnt take it bak :/
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yea just do some water changes to bring down the nitrite
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Old 05-26-2011, 08:34 PM   #20
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Alrite tomorrow ill go get some more water, ill get 8 gallons of salt water. is 50% of water good for a change?
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