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    Re: A new Fish tank is Born in Gary's House

    Well i now have 24/7 HD watching of the tank

    Added a camera to the side of the tank on a mag mount that moves around so that i can keep an eye on the fish anytime i feel like it from anywhere in the world

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    Don't know why this as come out on it's side

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    Re: Like the Phoenix rising from the ashes ...A new Fish tank is Born

    big brother is watching some of my pictures do that ,the picture of the skimmer if i remember

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    Re: A new Fish tank is Born in Gary's House

    how deep is your tank and what are your lights set at ? I know your set up is different to mine but from what i have been reading a lot of people have more blue than whites .At the mo i have my blues on 65% and my whites on 5%

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    Re: A new Fish tank is Born in Gary's House

    Its 26" deep and i use radion xr15 pro which are set at 40% at the moment and got it set for high growth ....which use's blues, whites, reds greens and ultraviolet. It as more whites on drawing the day then the blues come in more in the evening as you can see with the pictures i have taken.

    I would turn your white up to about 10% if on in the day, then back down in the evening.

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    Re: A new Fish tank is Born in Gary's House

    I will in a week or so i have hopefully got on top of a hair algae issue and want to make sure before i increase the light

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    Re: A new Fish tank is Born in Gary's House

    Just ordered 3lt more Reeflowers KH Blend as coming to the last of what i got left from the old tank.....and with adding these new corals i'm seeing it getting used up more and more each day in the tank plus Calcium and Magnesium...which is a good sign

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    Re: A new Fish tank is Born in Gary's House

    Well this hobby of mine is costing me some money just lately ...... Thought i would try out a new Hanna Marine Alkalinity checker ...which is on its way today to me.
    Was going to get one when i had my last tank but never got round to it....but my red sea test kit is all used up now so thought as my eyes are not as good as they were and i can still work out numbers the Hanna tester was the way to go .

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    Re: A new Fish tank is Born in Gary's House

    It all that you do let us know how you get on with them

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    Re: A new Fish tank is Born in Gary's House

    well got the Hanna Alkalinity checker .... and got to say it is easier to use, as no having to match up colours just numbers to look at ...but it is a bit pricey for what it is.
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    A new Fish tank is Born in Gary's House

    Wow this is a clean looking setup! It looks extremely expensive haha Iím almost a little jelly!


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