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Old 01-13-2007, 06:40 AM   #21
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man, that's still cheap compared to here. beautiful fish though, glad to see one at a reasonable price.
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Ok Topgun, Where are you at on the cyano with the lights out for several days. You should be seeing a good drop in the amount and maybe able to draw out alot of it during a PWC.
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Ok Topgun, Where are you at on the cyano with the lights out for several days. You should be seeing a good drop in the amount and maybe able to draw out alot of it during a PWC.
The Cyano is only on the LR, no where else.... With the lights out, I can see the Cyano starts getting off the LR now, I think it's SLOWLY working. I'll leave the lights out maybe for another week.

I also tested for po4 this morning, it also dropped down to .5 ( 2 ppm before)

As mentioned earlier, po4 is in my top off water (1 ppm) so I'll wait for the RO/DI unit to show up, install, then I'll do another PWC.

Here's an update picture of the LR, the BLOODY RED color is fading away.

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Much better , I think when you get the RO/DI unit you will be much better and you`ll see little algea.
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Old 01-13-2007, 09:09 PM   #25
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I bought that same ro/di unit about 6 months ago and i love it. I had the same problem as you cyno bad. So i got a reactor and the ro/di unit and it about 3 weeks all my cyno was gone and hasn't returned yet. Just keep up on the pwc and you should be fine now. good luck
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Hello morgan24,
I am glad to hear that the unit is working OK, I was a little reluctant to buy it afraid that it would not be any good since I saw all the RO/DI units sold at LFS are in the price range around $200 and up.
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^ Agreed, I have the same one. Been useing it for 2 weeks now Cyano is almost gone! PWC every 2 days at 10% or about 5 gallons. Fish are much more lively!
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