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Old 09-10-2011, 01:24 AM   #681
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There u go... They r bright! I still gotta add 50lbs of rock.
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Old 09-10-2011, 01:28 AM   #682
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They are bright! I think I woudl need 3 for my 6 foot tank though. Are they easy to install?
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Old 09-10-2011, 01:30 AM   #683
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They are bright! I think I woudl need 3 for my 6 foot tank though. Are they easy to install?
Very... Attach the cord, plug in power cord, and turn on switch... On tank with double sided tape. I adjusted them down so I could get a pic... 2 will work, trust me...
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Oh, so exited now. I dont have moonlightng on any of my tanks but the cube and those stink. LOL It would be cool to see what goes on in there at night, I currently use a flashlight to check it out. Plus I'm a BIG fan of the blue lights.
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Old 09-10-2011, 01:38 AM   #685
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Oh, so exited now. I dont have moonlightng on any of my tanks but the cube and those stink. LOL It would be cool to see what goes on in there at night, I currently use a flashlight to check it out. Plus I'm a BIG fan of the blue lights.
I readjusted them... My fish are very active at night, plus I see new critters... Lol... Only issue is my PH is 8.0.... I bought a buffer to help out with it.... All other levels are good... Idk... I'll test my RO water next time...
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Old 09-10-2011, 01:40 AM   #686
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My ph is at 7.8 as of 10 minutes ago and my alk has dropped to 7.4. just dosed some buffer. What a pain, I;m gonna have to do this everyday now I betcha.
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My ph is at 7.8 as of 10 minutes ago and my alk has dropped to 7.4. just dosed some buffer. What a pain, I;m gonna have to do this everyday now I betcha.
Just crazy... Was always 8.4 before... But this altitude does not help...
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PH is phosphates?
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PH high level...
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how is that diff than alkalinity?
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