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Old 05-21-2011, 04:09 PM   #11
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Well I Bought The Kit, And My Ph Is at 1.023 Th Pet Store Said That Fine. Before i had The highest Ph. so they told me to add fresh water. Because my tank has alot of salt. so now im going to do a test on the Amonia and the other stuff. Can someone tell me at wat level the amonia and nitr shud be at?
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Ok ill check on That now. And my lfs said to buy these chemicals in case i have bad amonia and nit, These are the chemicals :Nite-Out IT Nitrifing Bacteria . MICROBE-LIFT Ph BUFFER/STABILIZIER. Are those The one i need to put if i have them high?
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Ok ill check on That now. And my lfs said to buy these chemicals in case i have bad amonia and nit, These are the chemicals :Nite-Out IT Nitrifing Bacteria . MICROBE-LIFT Ph BUFFER/STABILIZIER. Are those The one i need to put if i have them high?
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Well i did the test. and the Answers are:

High Range pH: 7.8 - 8.0

AMMONIA (NH 3/NH 4+): 0 ppm

NITRATE (NO2-): 0.25 - 0.50 i think the color maches with 0.50

NITRATE (NO3-) 0 ppm
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Soo, Is there something wrong? and if there is Are these products good ? MICROBE-LIFT-pH BUFFER/STABILIZER and KH Alkalinity Supplement Sets Salwater at a pH of 8.2.

and the other product is : MICROBE-LIFT NITE-OUt II : Nitrifyinh Bacteria.

Please HELP ME THanks
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I wouldn't use any of the chemicals, just return them all. The tank will naturally lower ammonia and nitrite which is better in the long run compared to using chemicals.

Your nitrite (NO2-) is high, I would do a PWC since you have fish. 0 is the ideal level.

pH could be a little bit higher, 8.0-8.3 is ideal level. Just aim a power head up to create more surface agitation and it should help.

Everything else looks good.
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