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Re: [APD] Co2 poisoning? chlorine maybe? help!
Well I tried it and definately no ammonia... And also if it was the problem
then I would have found it in the beginning when they started dying because
I tested for ammonia... And why would my blood parrot have a problem with
the water when I know for sure there was no ammonia last night cause I
tested it problably 50 times along with every other test I have. I just
don't get it... Its not making any sense...
Could it be possible some yeast water ended up in the tank? I don't have a
check valve on my setup... what would happen if that were the case?
On 2/24/06, Liz Wilhite <satirica at gmail_com> wrote:
> On 2/24/06, Joel Fizette <sentientpuppet at gmail_com> wrote:
> > One problem though, I just tested my tap water for ammonia (I read that
> > you
> > can test for chloromine with a regular ammonia test kit) and it turned
> > negitive...
> My water company lied to me.
> If you want to run a meaningful test add the Wardley to the tap water
> test. If there are chloramines in the water and the Wardley product
> bind (neutralize) ammonia then you will find ammonia in the water.
> Did you examine your dead fish? IIRC, and I may not, fish that die of
> ammonia poisoning have brownish looking gills.
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