Triton test

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  1. Bruce Burnett

    Bruce Burnett Well-Known Member

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    So I figured after a little over 4 years without doing water changes I would send in a test. I knew when I sent in sample calcium was high and made adjustment on calcium reactor. Other than adding a little manganese anything standout?
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    glb Valuable Member R2R Supporter Reef Squad R2R Excellence Award Partner Member 2018

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    That readout was really cool! I have no clue what you need to change but Randy should know. Lol
     
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    Randy Holmes-Farley Reef Chemist Staff Member Team R2R R2R Supporter R2R Excellence Award Article Contributor Expert Contributor

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    What salt mix? potassium is very high.
     
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    salt is IO but potassium is my fault or test kit fault so it was over dosed at one time. Should i do anything about it
     
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