I got a major problem. My friend was suppose to take care of my tank ended up flooding my tank with RO
water since he accidentally left the RO
switch on. As a result everything dropped. I don't blame him it was just an accident I have learned not to trust my tank to just anyone :P. The biggest problem was that no one noticed that the nitrate reactor was plugged. While it was plugged it created nitrates instead of removing them. As a result my nitrates shot up to over 110 >.<. I am currently in the process of doing major water changes. I just did a 30% water change on Sunday. I will be doing another two on Tuesday and Friday. I have never done so many water changes at once and never had nitrates over 20 (was over feeding corals ;
. I am wondering water levels should I be checking during these water changes. Is there anything else I can do to reduce the nitrates. I am already adding boosters for Ph and Mag due to the massive amount of fresh water added to the system >.<. Any suggestions would be great.
Some good news God really loves me since absolutely nothing died and everyone looks ok and acting normally. Even my corals and cucumbers are alive!