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Old Today, 06:25 AM   #2751
Jonnywhoop
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Originally Posted by slief View Post
Temp change can impact the tanks pH and the Co2 tank pressure. You Co2 tank is either getting low or you need to adjust the output pressure slightly. That or recalibrate your reactor pH probe.


Thank you Slief for your response as always.

Im kind of toying the idea of running a planted tank next to my reef, as well as running a co2 line in there. I figured a check valve, needle valve, and a dual adapter would be possible. Any criticism or thoughts that Im overlooking? I figured Id have to readjust everything of course.


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