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Old 03/02/2008, 08:08 PM   #7
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If you could get something to hold your water in to drain like 2/3 of it he would be not as hard to catch. Then put him in the sump for a few days for some additude adjustment.

I have done a 5 gal water change (about 17%) every week since week one. Hopefully having this posted here will motivate me enough to keep doing so.

Current Tank Info: 33L, Two 36" 24 watt Marineland LED's, Tunze 9002 Skimmer, 2 Koralia 1's, pico hob filter for carbon.
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