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  1. 1 point
    I recently added a dos to my system and what a great bit of kit it is, the down side being if you want the fluid monitor in your dashboard you have to buy a DDR - well no you don’t after messing around with my multimeter and searching the net I made it display without the DDR by adding two wires To two of the inputs and a float valve I had lying around i have bought the correct plugs and associated bits and bobs to make my own sensors to connect to the Dos Watch this space
  2. 1 point
    Ok, thanks, may look. Into that, but I'd be surprised if that was the case. I use good quality fermentation buckets for my water.
  3. 1 point
    Right, to last 2 posts, thanks. Had an orange spot goby in for 3 weeks, as said never stops and really seems to have helped. New ro membrane 2 months ago with di resin chamber after ro membrane so pretty sure silicates aren't getting through. No3 10, po4 0.03