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Old 12-11-2015, 09:16 PM   #1
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fluval e300 acting weird

Just got my e300 today for my 55 gallon fresh water tank. I put it in the tank and waited 20 or so minutes before plugging it in. Since the default temp is set to 77 degrees as stated in the manual which is what I wanted I thought everything would be good. Well, the heater came on and stayed on. It got to 80 degrees and I decided to unplug it. Am I doing something wrong or did I just get a defective model
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