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Old 03-29-2004, 10:38 PM   #11
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As a Texas boy myself, I have been having about 5 degree temp swings and I know that is not anywhere near OK. I just bought a chiller for $335 and it should control my 60 gallon very easily.

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Well 60 gallon or less will probably be more likely to heat up....125 gallons is a LOT of water and will take longer to heat up. I refuse to pay this much for a chiller. I would rather run my AC and let my dog and myself enjoy the cooler home at night!! thanks for all the info

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