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Old 02-06-2006, 07:18 PM   #1
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cloudy, white goo behind carbon filter

i added live rock along with some purple power to my tank today and it turned white, i understand it will do that, but it has been white since this morning, now a white goo is beginning to form behind the prefilter on my active carbon filter. did i do something wrong with chemicals? or is this a bloom?
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What is purple power? Do you mean PurpleUP?
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