01-25-2013, 11:31 PM
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29 Gallon Biocube Compartments
I purchased a used 29 gallon Oceonic Biocube from a very knowledgeable saltwater enthusiast last weekend. He had made modifications to the tank that I have read about on various forums. He ditched the manufacturer filter in chamber 1. He made a drip tray for the second chamber that sits on top of crushed rock. He said that most people do this for better filtration.
While checking things out tonight I noticed that the third chamber is completely full of water, with foam on top. The sideglass has min and max levels and I am obviously way above the max line.
Is the full third chamber with mysterious foam on it detrimental to my reef or fish? Both are new and delicate.
If it is a problem is there a way to correct it?
Thanks for any advise that you can offer.