04-18-2008, 05:32 PM
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You don't have a heater or a thermometer? Of the two the thermometer is most important. I'm guessing that your parameters ARE askew. Ammonia levels are probably through the roof. I would do a 50% water change and monitor the fish.And if you don't have a thermometer, get one.
Are you using a liquid reagent test kit or test strips? If you are using test strips, you should get a liquid reagent test kit while you are out getting a thermometer. API makes a good rather inexpensive test kit.