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Old 03-07-2016, 12:17 PM   #1
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Advice please

Well I was about to post asking why my favia has white threads coming out of it but when I was typing up parameters I found Id forgot to put my heaters back on yesterday after a pwc.. Now its 21C im assuming this is the cause.. How bad is this.. My other corals seem OK though my torch doesnt seem as happy as usual.

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I don't see anything wrong with the favia. It is puffing up and isn't showing its skeleton. I would want to ensure that the heater is replaced so everything is the proper temp and that all parameters are squared away.
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Params are All good nitrates are goin down since my Copperband died. I wasnt sure what the white bits were on purple and green parts. Heaters are back on just me being a dope and ive threw a few spares I use for water changes in for good measure.

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If you added more heaters be sure not to raise to much at once maybe 1or 2 degrees every few hrs and watch it constantly not to over heat the tank ,
corals are probably upset from the temp change,
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I took them out before bed lat night. All back to normal again today.. Just panicked a bit.. First real mistake ive made in 6 months from starting.. Except not supervising refilling during pwcs....

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