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Old 09-05-2011, 12:34 PM   #11
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Old 09-05-2011, 01:19 PM   #12
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Hello I love this site! Someone shared the link on Tanked website. So much info here. I'm sure I'll find all the advice and tips I need. Can't wait to get started. I moved to NC from Pa and I just can't seem to get my tank right. Everything is off. When I adjust one thing the other is off. Everytime I do a water change I add dechlor. The ph is too low. I have lost all but 3 fish. And I can't really quarintine them because I'd be using the same tap water and have the same problem. So guess I'll go get started and browse the site!! TY
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Old 09-05-2011, 05:22 PM   #13
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Hello I love this site! Someone shared the link on Tanked website. So much info here. I'm sure I'll find all the advice and tips I need. Can't wait to get started. I moved to NC from Pa and I just can't seem to get my tank right. Everything is off. When I adjust one thing the other is off. Everytime I do a water change I add dechlor. The ph is too low. I have lost all but 3 fish. And I can't really quarintine them because I'd be using the same tap water and have the same problem. So guess I'll go get started and browse the site!! TY
How long has it been setup? You been doing daily water changes? What kind of gig and how big of a tank? What are the water parameters? How low is the pH? Did you cycle the tank beforehand???

Also, I would suggest to make another thread before answering my questions, only because we don't want the thread going off topic (it's original purpose was to greet the new member who created the thread after all )

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Old 09-05-2011, 09:48 PM   #14
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How long has it been setup? You been doing daily water changes? What kind of gig and how big of a tank? What are the water parameters? How low is the pH? Did you cycle the tank beforehand???

Also, I would suggest to make another thread before answering my questions, only because we don't want the thread going off topic (it's original purpose was to greet the new member who created the thread after all )

Good luck!
Lol. Sorry to disappoint, but I'm in the (slow) process of setting it back up. It's been down for a few months.
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