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khalid

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About khalid

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    Reefer
  • Birthday 05/28/1981

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    Herndon, Va.
  1. Thanks appreciate it. [emoji3] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Thanks all for the offers I really appreciate the kindness and willingness to help out. [emoji120] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. No worries. Oh no it's time for that dreaded RODI filter change. I always hate it because you have to take everything apart and I end up making a massive mess with the DI resin.
  4. Thank you very much, I really appreciate it.
  5. Hi all, I sold my place and just moved out but am not closing on the new place till the 30th so my family and I are staying at my parents place and I have moved my tank here too. Unfortunately I couldn't bring and setup my RO filter here so until I move to the new place I need to purchase premixed Saltwater and RO/DI Water for the tank. Since I have been mixing and filtering my own water for years I don't know who sells it around here. My parents place is in Falls Church but I don't have a problem driving further if needed. Let me know who sells premixed Saltwater and RO/DI Water please so I can go grab some. Thanks, Khalid
  6. replacing the power cord is easy I had to do it a few years back when my reefkeeper decided to go nuts and fry the end of one of the cords. You can get the replacement cords from Home Depot or Lowes. You will take the unit apart, disconnect the current power cords, and attach the new cords. If I recall correctly the wires are connected to the unit with the twist type of connectors. As for the fan, I never had to do work on those so I can't help there unfortunately.
  7. Are you pumping the water from the reservoir to your sump and are they are the same level? The reason I ask is because that happened to me when I first set mine up. They were both at ground level and every time the ato pump water into the sump it created a siphon and kept dumping ro water in. I routed the water line up the back of the tank and now have it pump the ro water into the display and that solved the problem. If you do end up doing the just make sure the outlet of the line isn't submerged or you will be siphoning water out of your display into your ro reservoir. Hope that helps. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Never had a peppermint shrimp do that. Are you sure it's not a camel shrimp? They look pretty alike and sometimes sold as peppermint shrimp by accident. They are not reef safe and will eat corals if they are not well fed. Hope that helps. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Sweet, thank you very much Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. So what was the code, can you share please?
  11. Do you have any pictures as I am interested:) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. This is very sad for sure and I am sure he is in a better place now with all the frag tanks he can dream of. I have had the pleasure of meeting him on multiple occasions and got many corals from him. Every time I was there he was always a great time talking with him and checking out his latest frag tank or new coral he was waiting on to grow. He was a H-E-double hockey sticks of a guy and definitely will be missed. :(
  13. Liked the page now bring on the pictures
  14. Interested in pics of the gold and yellow torches Let me know when you upload them.
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