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Old 07-08-2011, 03:29 PM   #1
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Thanks for the welcome in, i'm just getting my tank back up and going after a series of hurricanes cause enough problems to wipe me out. Looking forward to getting back to it.
I mainly joined the forum to seek other aquarists wisdom. I have had an aquarium for several years, but always enjoy learning new things to make my tank better.
I have some macro algae in my sump system to remove nitrates and other stuff, but it hasn't really gotten rid of the the nitrites yet. I have had it about a month and so far all i have is a lot of algae growing in my refugium. I'm using tap water, letting the chlorine dissipate first before adding it. I also use stress coat to condition the water. What can i do to clean up my water, I'm ready to add more fish. I only have one clown fish in it now

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