Originally Posted by Sniperhank
Personally I hate you since I'm stuck in coral limbo. They are upset and I can't figure out the problem from work.
You don't already have a PH? You should most def have a PH to point at the surface to keep air exchange good. In my 36 I have a 750 and a 550 that I wish was a second 750.
Haha I'll probably have a problem at some point also, it's just something that is expected in the hobby. Keeping a logbook helps point out problems in the tank. I only have a filter that pumps out a flow that is pretty strong. Is it 750 gph
? I don't want to skimp out on the ph I actually need.