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Old 09-10-2013, 06:45 PM   #1
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As you can see my mushroom on the right and zoos on the left wont open and I dont understand, I test for everything and this tank has been up for years. Any suggestions maybe something Im missing?
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Old 09-10-2013, 06:49 PM   #3
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What are the result from those test and you salt level?
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My salt level was at 1.021 and yesterday I did a water change and got it up to 1.023, tomorrow I plan on getting it up to 1.025 with another water change. You think that could be the issue? PH 8.0 , Nitrite 0, Nitrate 0, Alk normal, temp 78, calcium 500, phosphate 0
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My salt level was at 1.021 and yesterday I did a water change and got it up to 1.023, tomorrow I plan on getting it up to 1.025 with another water change. You think that could be the issue? PH 8.0 , Nitrite 0, Nitrate 0, Alk normal, temp 78, calcium 500, phosphate 0
Yes it can be. you will have to fix the problems one by one I would also get that cal down some. What's your mag?
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How would I get the cal down?
I don't test for mag should I?
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I have a silca test kit but I never used it
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How would I get the cal down?
I don't test for mag should I?
I think you should test for mag it's important to them so I test.
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I have a silca test kit but I never used it
I Never tested for this before so I don't know I don't dose it I don't test for it.
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