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    Posted: November 01 2019 at 12:09pm
I returned to this hobby about a year ago after getting out 15 years ago do to personal issues.  I started back  with a nano and now have moved up to a reefer 350. All went well with the cycle and my corals are doing nicely. My issue has been with fish. In the past I have never had an issue with fish dying but this time I am struggling with ich and possibly velvet. I have lost 6 nice fish so far.  I set up a quarantine aquarium and tried to save several of my fish but I lost them. Moving forward I want to quarantine all fish but since I suck at it I was wondering if some one who is having success with QT wouldn't mind mentoring me on how to do it properly. Any assistance would be much appreciated.
BradV

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I have been having all new fish I add die so I have been looking at doing a quarentine tank. I have been following this YouTube video.

https://youtu.be/FVk0Sd4YYCQ

Im buying all the stuff for his quarentine process mentioned last. Other than that I don't have much experience.
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