No, I meant you already have 2 filters, which have enough volume for 2 goldfish.You honestly don't think the 110 PLUS a 400 GPH Aqueon for 75 gallon tanks is enough filtration for a mere two goldfish? Sure, we plan on adding like two more once the tank matures, but I've run a setup like this (with an Aqueon 55 and the AC 110) before on this same tank without any water clarity issues.
Nobody thinks your questions are ridiculous. This is a pretty serious forum but it's hard to say what is going on without being there. As long as the fish are acting fine and eating, there is no problem. If suddenly the ammonia goes up, or they don't act fine, do a large water change. If nitrite goes up, add the salt. Other than that cycling can take quite a while, and it is just a waiting game.I'm really confused here, Loach, and don't know what to do; if you, or anyone else who has contributed to this thread, is consciously misleading me with conflicting recommendations and suggestions because you may think my queries are ridiculous at this point, and that it's humorous to do so, there's nothing I can do but say it's the sake of my fish's health that's at stake -- I just want them to remain healthy through this process, and I don't know what to do next or who to turn to. WHY can't ANYONE tell me why my test results aren't even MOVING? How can my water be THAT messed up?
What am I supposed to do moving forward if the tank NEVER cycles? Do I perform water changes? Why is the haze in the tank not really disappearing after a MONTH?