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i don't get it. you knew that your tank is deteriorating fast, yet you haven't made any arrangements to save your remaining livestock?

what did you test your water for?

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i don't get it. you knew that your tank is deteriorating fast, yet you haven't made any arrangements to save your remaining livestock?

what did you test your water for?

I did but i couldn't catch my clown before I went out of town and when I came back it was too late sadly.
Literally everything, only test that came out high was phosphate. I didn't. Check for copper however but I don't see that being the issue.

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One interesting thing is my fishes fins seem to have tears in them...

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Get good salt and RO-DI water, change your water and go from there. I don't understand why people have crashes, in the sense it's been 4 years and the same tank hasn't gone "bad". I guess mostly they come from power outages, chemicals, dying things and, very pissed off corals.

Edited by jm82792, 09 April 2012 - 11:49 PM.


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