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  1. Sasquatch

    Nuvo 8g Design Flaw?

    So I have a new Nuvo 8g and just got a new lid, but I think its lid cuts down on gas exchange in the water. It has greatly cut down on the evaporation I used to experience.. but now Im worried I dont have enough air exchange to keep fish alive.. I 'had' a blenny in there who the night after I noticed wasn't moving to much and was gasping for air in the tank.. I added a second powerhead aimed at the surface and let it bubble around but it was too late, by morning he was gone Has anyone else used the lid on their tank? or does it limit the gas exchange to much for SW tanks? Maybe a lower water level in the chamber to allow water to crash in the back and churn up more bubbles? Or add more LR in the chamber in the back for more bacteria to grow? Advise please!