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Old 11-04-2006, 09:55 PM   #11
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The one in that pic is doing the same thing mine is! At least its not just me...
I thought the same thing. when I posted that.
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Old 11-05-2006, 02:10 AM   #12
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Definately pickup and start dosing the Potassium, but don't bother looking for a test kit. They don't make hobbiest grade test kits for Potassium and it's nearly impossible to overdose.
I have seen test kits from Nutrafin... are they no good?
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Must be new. I've never seen or heard about them before. May or may not be accurate, but you really don't need it reguardless.
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http://www.shallowsea.com/product.ht...e-name=product

But I probably won't bother...

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The link you gave was for a Phosphate Test Kit. These are beneficial to have on hand. Hagen is reasonably accurate, but you'd be better off with one from Seachem.
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Krap. Details were never my specialty...
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