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Old 08-07-2006, 04:13 PM   #11
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Post numbers... phosphate and nitrates, silacates.. algae needs food and its getting it somewhere. check tank and new top off water and post numbers. You need to test so you can find the problem. blacking out will do nothing long term if the water still have issues

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Old 08-08-2006, 11:10 AM   #12
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My whole setup

I just changed 5 gallons yesterday RO/DI water with salt

Tank = 30 gallon ( 5 months old )
Rock = 30 pounds live rock / fiji Premium
sand = 2 baggs
Protine skimmer = Corallife super skimmer 60 gallon
Filter = Aqua-Tech 20 - 4o gallon
Power head = AquaClear 30 - 50 gallon
Heater = Tetra 30 - 60 gallons (Temp 76 - 78 )
Lighting = 6x Coralife 10k 50/50 CF 20 watts. I have a total of 120 watts (I run lights 8 hours a day)
Tests = Salt (1.024) / Nitrite (0) / Ammonia (0) / PH (8.2) / Nitrate (0)
Food = frozen baby shrimp from petco.
These are the reding I got from the SALTWATER MASTER Kit.

you can look at my pics to see the protine skimmer or setup. may be hard to see the pics. There is no more algae wall, I took it off the glass

30 gallon with 250w 14k HQI lighting
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coral, die

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