Leaving Co2 Off For Vacation

qchris87

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I will be visiting my sister in a couple weeks for about two weeks. I have someone coming on the weekends to feed and top off my tanks. The only problem I have is that she will not be able to run the co2 when she's there. I don't have a solenoid for either tank.

I'm probably most worried about the carpeting plants and I'm wondering if they'll be okay with no Co2 and no ferts for two weeks.
 

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qchris87 said:
I will be visiting my sister in a couple weeks for about two weeks. I have someone coming on the weekends to feed and top off my tanks. The only problem I have is that she will not be able to run the co2 when she's there. I don't have a solenoid for either tank.

I'm probably most worried about the carpeting plants and I'm wondering if they'll be okay with no Co2 and no ferts for two weeks.
2 relatively cheaper solenoids wouldn't be a bad investment. It will save all the other investments that you have put in your tank
 
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KeeperOfASilentWorld said:
2 relatively cheaper solenoids wouldn't be a bad investment. It will save all the other investments that you have put in your tank
What kind of solenoid work for the fluval brand CO2 regulators?
 

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Most should work. Get an inline one. They are the ones that you connect mid-way through the tubing. The Co2 tube going in from one end and coming out from the other end.
 
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