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    Kully3xf Reefer Madness

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    Hey guys so I work 2 jobs 8 am till midnight most days and apparently my landlord had an electrician come to my apartment yesterday to install some new outlets... the electrician drilled holes in the cealing right above the tank and plaster paint and wood bits all got in my water.... idiot but regardless does this pose a problem? What should I do?:death:
     
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    well aside from the obvious (take as much of the larger pieces out that you can get) I would maybe do a water change and check your levels for a few days. If nothing seems to be affected I really wouldnt worry about it, however I would tell your landlord in the future to let you know so you can take the precautions necessary to cover your tank
     
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    Just scoop it out and monitor. You should be fine. :D
     
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    Kully3xf Reefer Madness

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    Cool thanks guys! and i like how because the title is construction crew that the adds from google are to lowes lol :shock:
     
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    +1 to everyone
     
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