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Old 10-01-2009, 09:24 PM   #11
 
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i would be careful with messing with your ph thats not recommended for the novice fish keeper as this can cause your entire tank to die pretty much overnight. anotherthing you mnay want to do is throw in some carbon that will take out the smell and the cloudiness as long as it isnt cycle related. Money
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Old 10-02-2009, 07:32 AM   #12
 
I cut back to once a day feedings, we'll see if that clears it up or helps. Still a good idea to get the kit though, so I'll do that this weekend.

But the last post begs another question.. about filters. The only carbon ones I've seen have black pellets or something of that sort in the actual pad/filter. My setup came with a Power 30 Aqueon Filter... but I don't see anywhere on the box where it mentions carbon. Am I to presume it's not a carbon filter then?? If not, can I buy a carbon filter pad to put in there?
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