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Old 05-28-2013, 10:02 AM   #171
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Just a last note with regards to the controversial using of a Ground Probe. It has been a standard to ground any electrical equipment to save the lives of people and not the equipment. In the aquarium industry in may not be a standard but we know that there exists an electrical hazard on your fish tank. It's now up to the individuals to protect either his/her life or the fish. However, I keep repeating that the GFCI is more effective if only you can withstand the tingling effect when touching the water with stray voltage. I have a GFCI but I use Ground Probe when maintaining my tank.

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