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Old 09-10-2005, 01:28 AM   #1
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tank temps

How much of a temp swing between day and night is safe for a tank?

mine goes from about 80.7 during the day to 79.5ish at night.
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1 degree isn't bad at all. My tank swings from 79.5 to 82 on hot days. In our old house it used to get as warm as 84 degrees...so we bought a new house that stays cooler. See where my priorities are
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Haha. I agree. That is a very small change. No worries.
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that is really good. ours goes from 79.5 - 82.5 on hot days

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mine us to go 77 to 86 at its worst, and all my fish got sick. so i got a chiller
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