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Old 09-23-2011, 12:12 AM   #1
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i have a 28 gallon nano cube, i have my heater set at 75 so it should not be on, the hood has 2 fans built in when the lights are on but for some reason the temp has been hovering around 80 degrees F. what can cause this? also protein skimmers, when the air stone is old does it get hard to control bubble level? and what is the normal day night cycle? can to much increase algae growth? your help folks is always appreciated. thank you
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which version nano do you have the hqi will have quite the heat output and will certainly be able to raise your tanks temp. Many people add extra fans or chillers to their hqi setups because of this.
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