Well, i was not able to get a PH test kit anywhere. I got some info from another reefer that said its possible that the Co2
levels in my house my be elevated and caused my PH to drop on both tanks. I was running my AC
24/7 for a couple of days with the external air vent closed, all of the windows closed. I thought maybe
Also, i was told that if i add an airstone, i would need to situate it so it is pumping the air from outside of my house into the tank, otherwise i would be just adding to the problem. So for the last 2 days i left the windows open in the house and didnt use an air stonr, and guess what? I tested the tanks at 11:00PM tonight, 1 hour after the actinics go out, like i always do and my PH levels on both tanks are at 8.2 - 8.4.