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    Have you tried running the system without the...

    Have you tried running the system without the cover and by placing a regular electric fan to blow air into the case? If that helps, then you need to start to do more to reduce the heat in the case. ...
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    It's happened to me before, and what I do is...

    It's happened to me before, and what I do is remove the impeller and make sure that both the impeller magnet and impeller well are clean.
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    If the hose is submerged, where the water does...

    If the hose is submerged, where the water does not fly through the air, chances are high for the gas that is currently dissolved in your water due to water pressure will end up in your aquarium. ...
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    Something could have changed in your water line...

    Something could have changed in your water line to increase the amount of gases in the water. For the future, you could aerate the water in a 5 gallon bucket for 24 hours prior to putting it into...
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    I've had a blood parrot ram a cichlid of the same...

    I've had a blood parrot ram a cichlid of the same size, in a 24hour, period to death.
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    For an acrylic tank, with 200g of water and the...

    For an acrylic tank, with 200g of water and the room temperature higher than the tank, it took about one hour using heaters that totaled 600 watts to raise the temperature of the tank by 1 degree. ...
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    Or just keep fish who can survive 50F...

    Or just keep fish who can survive 50F temperatures, goldfish are not the only fish readily available that can survive these temperatures
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    The only way I can see this working much longer...

    The only way I can see this working much longer than foam insulation is to have 2 or more thermal beds. Place one on the tank for the first day, and then put one under your own bed covers (or...
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    So the bed must be kept warmer than the tank...

    So the bed must be kept warmer than the tank prior to use?
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    Without electricity, how would the thermal beds...

    Without electricity, how would the thermal beds help?

    To the OP, I would get 1/4" 8'x4' insulation foam from Lowes/Home Dept (~$8), and cut to size for your aquarium. For a glass tank, you just...
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    Rosy barbs are a good candidate for an unheated...

    Rosy barbs are a good candidate for an unheated tank. You can pair them with 1m/3f Geophagus balzanii who do well in an unheated tank. Pepper cories, black skirt tetras, bloodfin tetras, and...
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    How long does it take for the cories to eat the...

    How long does it take for the cories to eat the veggie wafers? I ask because if they don't eat the wafers immediately, the Garlic Guard leaves the wafer since the wafer is just like a sponge. It...
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    Fish that are not newly hatched and/or not...

    Fish that are not newly hatched and/or not younger than 3 months, can easily survive not being fed for 1 week. So don't worry about being gone.
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    The two Seachem nitrate kits that I have used did...

    The two Seachem nitrate kits that I have used did not last a year, basically it quit working correctly before any of the ingredients were used up. By the second test kit, I was using the sample...
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    the vinyl tubing is much more stiff on the aqueon

    the vinyl tubing is much more stiff on the aqueon
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    Sticky: I disagree with this statement below about...

    I disagree with this statement below about greatly reducing the lifespan of a fish who naturally come from a low TDS environment because my water is hard (400-470ppm) and it has not affected the...
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    First reduce the lighting on your tank in half...

    First reduce the lighting on your tank in half and see if that helps.
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    1. stinky food, and no fish touched it except for...

    1. stinky food, and no fish touched it except for Silver dollars who will eat anything
    2. Yes, it will be a little less firm, but I found the existing instructions made it too firm
    3. Stick it on...
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    Once you get the cardinals out, I would move the...

    Once you get the cardinals out, I would move the EBJD to quarantine to treat. The stress of moving is much less than the stress of the fish getting sicker each day.

    To minimize the time it takes...
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    If the earthworms are large enough you can cut...

    If the earthworms are large enough you can cut open an earthworm and stuff with flakes or pellets
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    It's difficult to tell what is on the pictures...

    It's difficult to tell what is on the pictures since it looks like scratch marks.

    For your ph, it is better to combine Triple Sulfa with Kanaplex rather than Furan-2 and Kanaplex since triple...
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    Dont treat the tank until something happens to...

    Dont treat the tank until something happens to the other fish.
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    maybe the blue gourami is the culprit 18...

    maybe the blue gourami is the culprit

    18 months is too small of a time frame to die of old age. Fish who die of old age start to show their age (slowly swimming, etc.) weeks to months before...
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    Tannins are good for the tank. There is a study...

    Tannins are good for the tank. There is a study to show that it helps against parasites and lowers the stress level of fish.

    DISSOLVED HUMIC SUBSTANCES FACILITATE FISH LIFE IN EXTREME AQUATIC...
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    You cannot use either. The ingredients should...

    You cannot use either. The ingredients should just say ammonia and water.
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