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Old 03-04-2009, 8:54 AM   #1
Seedless Reefer Seedless Reefer is offline
 
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OK stupid question time

I have a Red Sea test kit.

On the color card for Nitrates it has 6 colors but one side says low range and goes from 0 ppm to 50 ppm and a high range side which goes from 0 to 250.

Currently the water in the 180 is either 5.0 PPM or 25 ppm?

help.

Yes I know its high I expected it no water changes have been done yet.

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Old 03-04-2009, 8:56 AM   #2
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I have a Red Sea test kit.

On the color card for Nitrates it has 6 colors but one side says low range and goes from 0 ppm to 50 ppm and a high range side which goes from 0 to 250.

Currently the water in the 180 is either 5.0 PPM or 25 ppm?

help.

Yes I know its high I expected it no water changes have been done yet.
red seas are a pain in the arse...if possible get some Saliferts...best investment I have made..super easy to use and easy to read..

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