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Old 08-11-2019, 04:04 PM
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Jacky,

I still have problem with Dino. I done another blackout but it seems to come back again. Now I will try do a few water changes, but it is not really recomend with dino outbrake. If this will no help, I will try to remove some sandbed slowly. if this is still not help, my other options will be short.
3% of HYDROGEN PEROXIDE - if above not help
DinoX - U don't really want to do this treatment, as I think it will be better to set up a tank again...

I don't know what is a reason for DINO to come back.
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You always have to do a few blackout. It never goes away the first time
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Old 08-11-2019, 04:57 PM
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You always have to do a few blackout. It never goes away the first time
I have done 3 blackout already.
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Old 08-11-2019, 05:00 PM
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Yeah sometimes it takes many blackouts eventually they will stop growing but still be present
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Old 08-11-2019, 06:45 PM
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I'm sorry to hear that

Bugger's advice is very good

When they turn on the light, they come back again, I think the Dino problem definitely has "source"

If it is me, I might do it. (It is really impossible to find the reason)
1. Use Zeo brand resin
2. Avoid using black buckets again
3. All the parts about plastic, replace them with silicone
4. Use Zeo brand activated carbon
5. Think carefully, any relevant containers or uncertain plastics should be replaced as completely as possible. (Including the way of changing water, in addition to the container, whether to use pump to change water, whether the pump's water outlet is made of silicone material
6. In the picture 1.2.3. If you are not sure about the material, replace them with silicone. Including some of the other things you think

The extra idea is that for the current implementation measures, I think if you add HYDROGEN PEROXIDE, it may not help things.

If all of the above are confirmed and all completed, if the Dino problem still exists, we will consider other methods.
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