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King1968 King1968
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  • Posted on: Today 19:01
Re: Fish flashing #1
Hi fish seemed to have stopped flashing after doing a 20% water change every other day for two weeks doing another water test Sunday, should I do two 20% water changes a week on monday and fridays as I'm slightly over stocked to keep the ammonia at zero ?

Thanks again
Peter


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  • Posted on: 21/2 18:12
Re: Fish flashing #2
Sorry nitrite and nitrate are both at 0 I'll do a 25% water change on monday Wednesday & friday and test again next sunday nitrate was 20 a week go now 0 thanks for your advice it's really appreciated
Peter


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  • Posted on: 21/2 11:22
Re: Fish flashing #3
Hi my latest water test results
Nitrate 0
Nitrite 20
Ammonia. 0.25
High PH 8.0
PH 7.6

I use seachem prime on water changes,should I do 15% water changes once a week to get the ammonia down to zero or more four fish are still flashing ?,I have 5 pearl danios 4 zebra danios and Four Venezuelan black corydoras in a 85 gallen tank,I was giving the four zebra danios as my friend was going to get rid off them so I know I'm a little over stocked,some advice would be appreciated thanks
Peter


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  • Posted on: 12/2 21:03
Re: Fish flashing #4
Thanks for your help I been using seachem prime and adding filter start I'll definitely do a 20% water change next friday as I always do a weekly water change


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  • Posted on: 12/2 17:32
Re: Fish flashing #5
Hi what's the best way to get ammonia to 0 I've been told by a lady at maidenhead aquatics to use filter start every other day for seven days l,,we are having a new kitchen fitted so I haven't got access to the sink with water till next friday when I'll do a 20% water change thanks

Peter


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  • Posted on: 25/1 7:54
Re: Fish flashing #6
I've have two stingray filters a 15 and a 5 I clean the sponges in each filter alternate weeks once every two weeks


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  • Posted on: 24/1 21:42
Re: Fish flashing #7
I clean the filter sponges in the tank water I take out when doing a water change


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  • Posted on: 24/1 21:34
Re: Fish flashing #8
I do a 20% water change once a week I use seachem by Prime as the Conditioner the tap water ammonia is 0 I've tried Anti Fungus and white spot treatment worm treatment aquatic salt no joy the fish are eating but rubbing against the gravel and filter very hard and I'm very worried the corydoras are fine and assisian snails are breeding I haven't feed them today and won't for a couple of days so hoping the ammonia will go down to 0 in advice is appreciated

Peter


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  • Posted on: 24/1 18:02
Re: Fish flashing #9
Hi

I've done a API liquid water test my results
PH 7.6
High range PH 8.0
Ammonia 0.25
Nitrite. 0
Nitrate 20
Done a 25% water change friday
Some of my
fish still flashing any advice would be appreciated.
Peter


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  • Posted on: 22/1 19:25
Re: Fish flashing #10
Hi I've tried AquaaCare Anti Fungus & White Spot I've tried aquarium salt I've tried Fluke Solve nothing has worked a few of my fish still flashing the gravel and plants I've tested the water with strips and everything was fine should I buy a proper water testing kit ? Any suggestions would be appreciated
Thanks
Peter



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