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Old 08-13-2012, 09:33 PM   #1
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I had to replace my tank cause one of the filters had a leak and ruined the stand so petsmart gave me a new tank and stand it was to heave to moves so i just swaped tanks. So i did not have time to cycle the tank i used microbe-lift to put bacteria in the water and my tank is cloudy i read a few places said it was most
likley the bacteria bloom. So thats fine...... but how long will it take to go away tank has only been set almost 2 weeks. I have 15 ciclids in the tank. I probly over feed them a little as i feen them 3-4 times a day just enough for them to eat on the spot. I have a 75 gallon Aquoen filter I added a bag of carbon to the filter recently to a 350G pm powerhead I just want the tank to be clear tired of looking at it and having it have that foggyness to it any ideas how i might clean it up. Here is a pic of what it looks like. Any ideas on what i could do to move this process along would be much appreciated.
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