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Old 01-14-2005, 11:14 PM   #11
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Your solutions are the best "constant pH" liquid, if you can get enough of it to test.

I'd compare it to a liquid reagent test and see what you get, and not trust the results until you get your calibration solutions - the probe is really useless without calibration, so you might as well not use it or not trust the results until it can be calibrated.
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If you haven't been there already here's the website for your meter:
http://www.technika.com/Sper/s840037.htm
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I have been to the site and emailed them about it. It took two days to respond and all they said was they know I shouldnt mix the solutions together(duh). Not much help but it was the sales division that emailed me not a technician.
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well I took a sample to the LFS tonight. They tested for pH and it was close to the meter reading and not my liquid test. I am going to add buffer now and bring it up just a tad. Thanks to all who helped
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