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Re: Fish dying

Post by blooper on 24/6/2012, 20:38

problem with water supply details pls if u have any

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Post by Guest on 24/6/2012, 21:07

you can add fresh water if u think its your water buy hma or ro water for your tank, you got a serious urge to add chemicals to your tank mate lol add some lsd if all else fails lol

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Post by timmy74 on 24/6/2012, 21:48

Well you not giving me much help Chris.

Well aint got any scientific evidence Keith but we cant get a lather with our soap and the water doesnt taste as nice as normal. Also like stuff on top of me tea like a residue what wouldnt normally be there.

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Post by Ian on 24/6/2012, 22:26

ok mate use minral water its cheap from asda etc..

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Post by D13H4RD on 25/6/2012, 08:53

Have u tested your tap water Tim? I will do it for you if you bring me a sample mate Very Happy
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Post by Guest on 25/6/2012, 12:52

We are doing our best to help tim. But u need to find out for sure what the problem is. Chemicals rnt the answer to eveything and can cause more damage. If your adiment its the water in your area then the best thing to do is do daily 40% water changes for about a week

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Post by Guest on 25/6/2012, 12:54

.... Using hma/ro water which is cheaper than meds to buy , or as mick sugested mineral,water.

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Post by timmy74 on 9/7/2012, 07:48

Well happy to announce the tank seems to of settled down and ive had no losses for about 2/3 weeks. Heres hoping everythings ok.

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Post by D13H4RD on 9/7/2012, 08:10

Nice one mate Very Happy
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Post by Siamese fighter on 9/7/2012, 11:14

that's great here hoping that everything is getting better Very Happy
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Post by Guest on 9/7/2012, 16:54

Big sigh of relief Tim nice one fingers crossed for you

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Post by Guest on 9/7/2012, 17:11

Nice one, did you find out the problem?

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Post by blooper on 9/7/2012, 18:04

nice one timmy glad its sorted but and i mean a BIG but dont be tempted to buy any more fish for a few weeks just to make sure,i know u lost a few but just wait to replace them mate

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Post by Ian on 9/7/2012, 20:02

glad to here timmy

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Post by Guest on 9/7/2012, 20:07

Well done Tim but as blooper said, don't rush into filling it too quickly.

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Post by timmy74 on 9/7/2012, 20:22

yeah cheers guys. im gunna transfer some of me plecs from the 2ft to the 3ft tank. do i just need to float them in a tub or something like new fish and introduce the different water when tranfering them. thanks again guys

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Post by Guest on 9/7/2012, 20:43

If your water has the same parameters, I just turn the lights off and transfer them over, leave it half an hour and put them back on.

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