Very High Calcium and Low alkalinity, HELP!!

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Randy Holmes-Farley

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Thanks, I suspect my calcium level could be about or over 550 as it takes over 35 API cal test drops to reach the endpoint (but I can't be sure). Just to clarify on what you said above... should let it adjust by its own over time or by using baking soda?

I would not do anything about the calcium.

I would maintain alkalinity.
 
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