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Old 08-24-2011, 06:17 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by TLTGF View Post
That's a grounding strap for your tank. You place the metal rod in the tank or sump and plug it into the wall. Theoretically, if your heater, PH's, or pump somehow find a ground in the tank the fish don't get zapped, the free electricity will find this ground and go out of the tank. Stray electricity and water = not fun.

Thank you. It was my last puzzle piece.

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