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Old 02-24-2011, 07:38 PM   #11
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Ok so the other day when I was doing the water change I broke my hydrometer, the kind that bobs in the water. So I went and bought this one and it's showing a totally different salinity level. WTH? If this is indeed the salinity level should I do another water change without adding salt to bring it down? My ammonia level by the way is still 8.0 on the scale
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