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 Is this a good way to get a start in saltwater

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PostSubject: Is this a good way to get a start in saltwater   Is this a good way to get a start in saltwater - Page 3 Icon_minitime1/30/2012, 4:43 pm

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http://bham.craigslist.org/for/2825476909.html
I am considering purchasing this as a compromise with my mom, I want a 55 gallon saltwater set up, but she thinks it's be to expensive, so it's out of the picture....... anyways, i dont know how hard it is to care for one like this, or how much it cost.... if anyone knows please let me know. I also would like to know anything else you hve to say about a setup like this (like is this a decent price) please reply asap, thank you.
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PostSubject: Re: Is this a good way to get a start in saltwater   Is this a good way to get a start in saltwater - Page 3 Icon_minitime2/3/2012, 10:48 am

you need to do a 10% water change then test again tomorrow thats the only thing that will take the ammonia down, you probably had some die off during the move.
you might have just gotten a mean clown some can be mean give him so time and see what happens.
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will do, and aren't clowns supposed to be nice and make balloons and pack into tiny cars? lol
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lol!

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did an ammonia test a moment ago..... down to .25ppm so it seems to be going down, i think the spike was caused by me not knowing that the pump/filter wasnt working properly ted first day that i got it...
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