tank doing perfect until.........

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    toddyp

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    b rown hirlike algae over live rock scummy stuff on the glass lfs said water in perfect temp not to hot anenomes shrinking 3 fish is all I have tang(littlre) dabsel and clown fish I got a reefbreeders led light but cut waay down on the sunlight stage incidentally my brother who has the exact same setup (I am helping him to regain his love for saltwater tanks) has the same issue---water changes ar evry month of 15 20 gals(mine is 90 his 75) what the heck???? any help would be appreciated I got the guy to spend 1500 at least and I do not weant to discourage him again
     
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    mariobrothersleeve squirrel

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    Try 10 % water changes a week. You will see improvements and contact John at reef cleaners to help you with cuc.
     
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    +1 water changes a must i do 20% every other week
     
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    JohnVH Reefer Madness VIP Member

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    Try stepping up your water changes from once a month like crazy cajun I do mine every other week
     
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    I do 5% twice a week. But mine is set up to where I just turn on two ball valves and turn them back off again.
     
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