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Old 04-20-2009, 05:55 PM   #11
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IMO dont use any more chemicals to adjust the PH. Just use frequent PWC`s and see if that helps. It does for me. I just believe that too many chems are bouncing your PH around.
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The problem is, one of those chemicals is vital to the calcium level in the tank. Can you recommend a supplement that will not have an effect on the pH?
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What is your calcium at that you need to supplement it?
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If you are putting all those chems in the tank, do you have test kits for all of them?
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