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    Hi, thanks for the response. I did start a thread on the other side and have been working with Byron. I've done two additional water changes the last couple of days and I think the Nitrates/Nitrites are down to zero. It is difficult to discern the color chart as the fade chart is so similar from one block to the next; however, I know the progress has been good, the algae bloom has ended, and the fish seem even a bit spunkier, though they never really fussed much through this whole event. They've been in the tank for about 6-weeks now with no real issues. Sometimes they chase each other around which is not how I remember Tetra's behaving but it seems perhaps they're just having fun.

    I'll keep a close eye this week to see if there are any changes and follow up with a water change again at the end of the week, sooner, if necessary. Might have to order some Prime as well.

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    Oh good! I'm glad you're on your way!

    I always check the forum from my iphone and I tend to miss some of the threads on that little screen. I'll head over to that one to keep an eye on your progress :)
    ~Manna
    10 gallon live planted aquarium with 6 neons
    90 gallon fw community in progress

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    Thanks everyone for your welcome! There was a deal on a 75-gallon at Petsmart so I picked it up. Will let you know how it goes. This time, I will do a fish less cycle and then decide if community or Cichilds or (some) non-aggressive Cichlids are the way to go.

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