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5 years 6 months ago #34574 by scubadiver
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i have never had the microbubble issue but a lot of other people have. To reduce the microbubble issue try to have the water hit the glass and fan out before entering the tank basically if you can allow the gases to escape before entering the tank its best


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5 years 6 months ago #34569 by Jim_
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I did 50% same as I always do once a week I use prime also same as I always do, not sure what you mean bout the heater but I put the same temp water in as it came out the temp didnt change

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5 years 6 months ago #34567 by scubadiver
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how much of water change did you make sometimes heaters cant keep up and what did you use for dechlor


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5 years 6 months ago #34564 by Kegger22
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Micro bubbles would be my best guess, this time of year the water underground is very cold and even though you warm it up through the water heater in the home it still has small micro bubbles that the sponge filters suck up and cling to the sponge making them float and thew micro bubbles also cling the the bodies of fish

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5 years 6 months ago #34562 by Jim_
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I did a water changes in all my tanks last night as always and this morning I woke up to my 40 breeder with the sponge filters floating and every juvinial just starting to color up that I had sense they where born dead, what happened please help :(

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