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 Post subject: cycle problems or normal?
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So I have set up a new 60 gallon for fronts. I know this is small I'm currently building a 180 which will be done well before needed. Anyways. I set up the tank on Feb 17, added bacteria for startup and proper chemicals to treat new water. I put 4 goldfish to begin the cycle. Then got rid of them and added 6 brundI. My ammonia levels haven't seem to gone down yet and are still raising. They were. 25 until I added the fronts. Now steady raise to1.0- 2.0. Is this normal? 10-20 water changes daily as per fish breeders I bought them from. Running 2 filters. One aqua clear mounted for 70g, and a marineland biowheel penguin 350 75g. Help please :(

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I would have cycled my tank longer the from the 17th to the 25th? Unless you have added fresh bacteria from a healthy tank then you were not ready for the fronts yet. Changing 1/3 of your tanks water everyday is not something i would do. Even if you are using a De-Chlorinating product of some kind.
Get some fresh bacteria from someone who has a healthy tank. Just have your breeder friend squeeze out one of his filters into a bag for your and dump it in the tank. This will help jump start your biological filter.

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Allen wrote:
I would have cycled my tank longer the from the 17th to the 25th? Unless you have added fresh bacteria from a healthy tank then you were not ready for the fronts yet. Changing 1/3 of your tanks water everyday is not something i would do. Even if you are using a De-Chlorinating product of some kind.
Get some fresh bacteria from someone who has a healthy tank. Just have your breeder friend squeeze out one of his filters into a bag for your and dump it in the tank. This will help jump start your biological filter.


Agree with Allen I have done this before getting some fresh bacteria from another tank. It works great and you should see the water clear the cloudy look will go away and then you will be able to add fish. :luck


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My tank looks surprisingly clear and my fronts have been acting normal, I'd love to post pics just not sure how to on here. But at night when I look through the side with lights on I have noticed it's bit murky cloudy look.

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