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New to R2R-back into a tank after 30 years...I know--I am old. Lots has changed, but oddly still the same issues with balance and unexplained failures.

I have a 65 gal glass show tank all set-up, and just got water right. This time I am going heavy on the corals and just a few fish. Have already seen great info from the members here. I look forward to learning more and eventually being able to contribute.
 
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So glad you decided to get back into it all!

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New to R2R-back into a tank after 30 years...I know--I am old. Lots has changed, but oddly still the same issues with balance and unexplained failures.

I have a 65 gal glass show tank all set-up, and just got water right. This time I am going heavy on the corals and just a few fish. Have already seen great info from the members here. I look forward to learning more and eventually being able to contribute.
Welcome!

Glad you joined! Age is just a state of mind... I like to claim I'm 22, but I was away from the hobby for 25 years... obviously math doesn't work ;) LOL There is a LOT that has gotten better/easier, but all the things you knew before give you great experiences to build upon and mostly all still apply. Looking forward to hearing more from you!
 
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New to R2R-back into a tank after 30 years...I know--I am old. Lots has changed, but oddly still the same issues with balance and unexplained failures.

I have a 65 gal glass show tank all set-up, and just got water right. This time I am going heavy on the corals and just a few fish. Have already seen great info from the members here. I look forward to learning more and eventually being able to contribute.
Welcome to Reef2Reef! Always learning!
 
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