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Old 09-20-2013, 10:54 AM   #21
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5 died, three damsils, a yellow tang, and a clown fish... Iv had them all for over three weeks... Idk what happen, the night before I put in stress coat cuz I noticed the yellow tangs skin a little faded...
Stress coat sounds like the problem. Sorry to hear about the fish.
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Stress coat will deplete oxygen in the water.

Also diet is very important.
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Old 09-21-2013, 11:01 AM   #23
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Ok thanks everybody , u did help me, I also have another question lol, my tank is looking clear now and it's looking pretty healthy, all of my levels are good too, when should I do a water change and how often?..
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Old 09-21-2013, 12:14 PM   #24
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Ok thanks everybody , u did help me, I also have another question lol, my tank is looking clear now and it's looking pretty healthy, all of my levels are good too, when should I do a water change and how often?..
Maybe you should get a dog?
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Old 09-21-2013, 01:19 PM   #25
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Maybe you should get a dog?
Dang man, no need to be an *** about it. I'm sure there was a day when you were new to this and were asking all the same questions. The reason these forums exist is for those of us who are not marine biologist and need a place where we can get informed help, not be mocked for questions that you may think are silly.
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Dang man, no need to be an *** about it. I'm sure there was a day when you were new to this and were asking all the same questions. The reason these forums exist is for those of us who are not marine biologist and need a place where we can get informed help, not be mocked for questions that you may think are silly.
Im sure he was joking, no need to say that...
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Old 09-21-2013, 01:22 PM   #27
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Ok thanks everybody , u did help me, I also have another question lol, my tank is looking clear now and it's looking pretty healthy, all of my levels are good too, when should I do a water change and how often?..
I would recommend doing a 20 to 30% water change once a week depending on your setup. If you have a skimmer and refugium you might be able to get away with less frequent pwcs
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*******, even tho the water looks clear and perfect?
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I feel like I'm taking the good stuff that the fish needs out if the water.. Y do them so much?..
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Every body has different ideas on water changes, at the minute I suggest you need to do them as you have a problem. Think of it as taking the bad water out and replacing it with fresh. It does sound like you have overdosed the stress coat, I would always do a water change rather than adding any chemicals, good luck
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