Once the pressure starts moving you will only have a few days as you found out, most of us get two bottle initially and then replace the empty bottle with a new one when it runs out so that you always have a backup bottle, depending on how the bottles were filled you might find that some bottle of the same size last longer than others, so always have a backup if you don't want any surprisesjustjason88 said:I've had my FE CO2 set up since around April, i've noticed the working pressure steadily decline from 700 to 500 over the last couple of months so i gathered i had at least another 3-6 months left. Yesterday i came home to find the bottle empty, both working and cylinder pressure needles at 0. The DC was blue and the tubing was all still intact so it can't have leaked. I have no idea where it all went!!
Should that be blue not enough, green just right, and yellow too much?leecasey said:You're getting the drop checker and bubble counter confused.
Bubble counter is a way of controlling the amount of co2 going into your tank.
Drop checker is another device inside your tank that corresponds to co2 levels. Yellow not enough, green just right (30ppm) and Blue too much.
As my FE is most likely going to be visible beside my tank, Im looking for one that isnt bright red.
Dont these look spanking!
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