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Are you certain it is not inconsistent dosing?

pH changes from windows open vs closed may alter demand significantly.
Yea the doser is perfectly calibrated i think it may be the PH thats causing those 2Dkh swings, im noticing everytime the window closes that happens. I bought a C02 scrubber to see if it will help.
 
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Yea the doser is perfectly calibrated i think it may be the PH thats causing those 2Dkh swings, im noticing everytime the window closes that happens. I bought a C02 scrubber to see if it will help.

That makes sense. It may be a hard thing to control if the indoor CO2 level is variable.
 
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That makes sense. It may be a hard thing to control if the indoor CO2 level is variable.
Yea after further test its definitely the PH, i guess PH is super important after all, this is 2 days after opening the windows and even after increasing the dosing from 10ml to 40ml a day its still dropping which means consumption is seriously affected.
 

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Yea after further test its definitely the PH, i guess PH is super important after all, this is 2 days after opening the windows and even after increasing the dosing from 10ml to 40ml a day its still dropping which means consumption is seriously affected.

Thanks for the update!
 

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