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Old 02-22-2017, 12:35 PM   #1
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Hi have a test kit question got a tetra 6 in 1

My test level is as follows

No3 is 25

No2 is 0

Ph 7.2

Gh 16 d

Kh 6 d

CL 0

What is all dis mean and is it ok for a new tank
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Old 02-22-2017, 01:08 PM   #2
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Sorry water temp is 27.5 have 6 small malawi cichlids and 2 bigger convict cichlids and 2 small and have 2 talking catfish and a algae eater 2 plants and 100 l or 29 Gal tanks all the fish ar happy and full of live give them tetra pro ones a day and Bloodworms onse a week thanks for the time to look at my aquarium Click image for larger version

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The 6-in-1 strip doesn't measure ammonia, and that's a critical indicator. You can get a small pack of ammonia strips from Tetra at your LFS or nearby Petco/Petsmart. The other numbers look fine to me.
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Thanks will get that ammonia test kid this morning there was little bubbles on top of the water looks lik soap
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Thanks will get that ammonia test kid this morning there was little bubbles on top of the water looks lik soap
That's common. Let us know what the results are.
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