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  #121  
Old Yesterday, 12:47 PM
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Observe the time when the bubble disappears. There should be no bubbles. Indicates: impurities, excessive organic matter, oils, proteins, changing the surface tension of water, bubbles are not easy to break, or NH3 is high. Change the water, add the strain Zeo bac, and Zeo Coral snow, skimmer wet. Burn the top of your coral and see what better advice G. can give us.

Kz activated carbon: 0.5-1 liter per 1000 liters.

Check the element level in the appropriate kz system, elemental fluctuations increase and decrease are not recommended too large, check the zeolite flow (slightly lower), slightly reduce the amount of activated carbon may be good, reduce the lighting time.Rapid phosphate reduction does not seem to be a good thing
Let us look at G. Give us advice.

When you feed the feed (granules), you can observe if there is a similar oil on the water. I can't see Dinoflagellate in the picture (let G.Alexander identify it for us). And sump inside the plastic pipe.
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Dude, check the green pipe, maybe it is a problem

Let G.Alexander identify the green hose for us. Maybe we can find the core of the problem, happy for you, and I have relaxed a lot. Hope the source of the problem.
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I don't know if you use "sorbent" to be careful about any adsorbent use, too strong will also cause the top of the coral to burn.
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- Quickly increase K +
- Rapid reduction of PO4 (eg absorbent)
- High KH, MG
- Toxin
- Positive carbon
-Led
It may also be related to the electronic power caused by the pump.
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