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Hererra, are you there? You really need to call. We could clear up a lot of things in an instant if you would. Smile
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Hello all, I talked to Mark, and he insisted i double check what my Alk, and Calcium levels are at..  my little card kit does not have a calcium tester, and the Alk card only reads from 2.7-3.2 and the color is darker than the card shows.
 
So if anyone has a alk kit, and wouldn't mind testing my water, i would highly appretiate it, i can come to you if you live somewhat close, (roy to bountiful)
 
Also need some micro algea, if anyone has some to get rid of.
 
And despite what is wrong with my tank, what would be better purchase? RO unit or Protein Skimmer?
Bird world has a Turbo Floater 1000 (up tp 250g) Protein skimmer on sale for $150..
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Dude aquatic dreams in layton will test your water for free. They also sale RO water for 25 cents a gallon. So you could use that until you get a RO unit
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I have no experience with protien skimmers, having never run one, but I would recommend using www.bulkreefsupply.com for the RO unit.  I got a pretty nice one for Christmas, clearly more than the entry level, but their suff is top notch.  I love the online videos that show step by step install instructions for all their equipment.  We really like drinking RO water too, so I have it plumbed to a side faucet on the sink as well as through my fridge & ice maker.
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You stated earlier that you alk was 27dkh. I personally think the "better purchase" would be a salifert alk and a salifert cal test kit. Get those in range and your fish will live.
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