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fishkeeper

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How much should be dosed weekly to a 125l tank? Ive just put in 50ml

also, some yeast got into my tank from my diy co2 and has turned the water partially cloudy. I changed 10% of the water but i wont be able to change any until 4pm tomorrow, with the lights out will the fish be ok?

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nickyc

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fishkeeper said:
also, some yeast got into my tank from my diy co2 and has turned the water partially cloudy.

This happened to me a few weeks ago and just got worse and worse :wideyed: I did lots of 50% changes and then did about 80% - pretty much as low as I could - cleaned the filters etc etc. The tank is totally clear now. I wish I'd gone straight for the big water change rather than waiting. Good luck!
 

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nickyc said:
fishkeeper said:
also, some yeast got into my tank from my diy co2 and has turned the water partially cloudy.
This happened to me a few weeks ago and just got worse and worse :wideyed: I did lots of 50% changes and then did about 80% - pretty much as low as I could - cleaned the filters etc etc. The tank is totally clear now. I wish I'd gone straight for the big water change rather than waiting. Good luck!
Thats why its always usefull to have a bubble counter or a backup reservoir using a 500ml bottle ;)
When I used the yeast solution using two bottles I always had a bubble counter and most of the time it would spill into that, I didn't fill the bubble counter as there was no much point counting the bubbles on a DIY solution, I just left it there for spills to protect the tank.
 

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