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Ph okay?

Diesel

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#3
Explain what happened to the apex, looks like you had a power outage.
Your PH is low but don't chase it yet!

How did you calibrate both PH probes?
 
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#4
Sorry there is only one ph sensor(lab) not sure what's up with the second I guess I need to hide it. I calibrated as per instructional guide with the two solution packets.


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#7
Both , unless I wasn't supposed too I Thought that's what I read. I was bouncing between work and this but who knows. Maybe I messed up


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#11
No sir, I need to get a good test kit tomorrow. Salt I don't know, I think Red Sea but all water came from tnt


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#16
Stopped by ocean life aquariums today for testing supplies. Super awesome people all the time. Going to get a cloud 9 skimmer when they come in next week and they tested my water!



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Diesel

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Oct 16, 2011
#17
Thanks.
ALK 7.5 can come up a bit not to much set your goal at 8
SG 1.023 just add a 5 gallon water to your tank and test again after 24 hours, when water vapors salt stays behind as you'll raise your SG on a natural way.
PH.8.0 don't chase it yet.
CAL 420 not bad
Po4 0.5 to high shoot for 0.05
No3 0 you want to bring this up to 3 or 4 some have it as high as 10, by raising your No3 you will lower the Po4 automatically.

Test again on Friday but make slow changes.
 
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