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Old 08-10-2013, 04:55 AM   #11
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Hiya, please can u advise I got the test kit, read through and then followed the instructions and after the test the GH was not good, the water is too hard and NO 3 and NO 2 was just in the middle but not bad like the GH. The other results were good. What do I do pls?
It sounds like you are using test strips, am I right? That method of testing is pretty unreliable and inaccurate, you really need to get the API master test kit as mentioned above, it's liquid and its much better that way you will have an accurate way of measuring your levels and will be able to tell us your ammonia level.

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