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Old 12-29-2015, 10:49 AM   #1
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Cobalt Neo-Therm Heater - mounting

I use Cobalt Neo-Therm heaters in all of my tanks. I love them. The instructions say vertical mounting only. Yesterday I picked up a sweet ADA 45f low iron, rimless tank off of craigslist. This tank is only 6.3" tall. The shortest Cobalt Neo-Therm heater is 6.5" tall.

Last night I emailed Cobalt asking why the neo-therm can't be mounted horizontally. I was pleasantly surprised they responded this morning. Based on the response, I'm not sure why their manuals are not updated.
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That's good to know, thanks! I recently started using Neo Therms and they're by far my favorite heaters.
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Yes!!!!!! Thanks a trillion times for this info!!

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That's good to know, thanks! I recently started using Neo Therms and they're by far my favorite heaters.
You're welcome! They're my favorite too.

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Yes!!!!!! Thanks a trillion times for this info!
You're welcome! You're the reason I bought my first neo-therm.
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