Answer: In this case, I think time will heal all wounds. Dividing your African violet probably shocked it because you damaged some of the roots in the process. A healthy plant will replace those damaged roots but it will take some time. The best thing you can do for your plants right now is to place them in a bright spot away from drafts (and air conditioning/heating ducts) and water when the top of the soil dries out. Try to keep water off the leaves and the crowns of the plants. Be sure to inspect the crowns of the plants to make sure you didn't set them too deeply into the soil when you repotted them. The crowns should be just at or just above the soil surface. Just be patient with your plants and they should recover eventually.
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