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Old 04-04-2014, 07:34 PM   #11
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Carbon can often suck out the tannens from wood which if whats caused the yellow water.

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Firstly get rid of the wood, it looks like its leaching into your water column. Cichlids like rocks. Get some polyfilter mat, it is by far the best mechanical filter material I have ever used. I have a mix of imitation and real texas holy rock and filter with polyfilter. My tank has never been clearer. Also using LED on my 5 foot tank.

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Could you tell me what LED light you have?
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Not sure of the brand but they're cree type LED. Got it on ebay in sydney Australia.

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