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Old 04-21-2004, 10:09 PM   #1
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is my hagen 201 powerhead FULLY submersible?

just as the ? says

im scared that i might electrocute my fish
on the box it shows it out of the water, but in the instructions it says it is safe

just wondering if i can do this w/o any harm to my tank
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It is submerible, just don't plug it in underwater
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Hummmm, so are you saying I shouldnt put my power strip inside the tank??? sorry had to say that. I would imagine that the power head should be submersible, dont think it would work quite as well if it wasnt. I really cant say more than that, I havent ever used a hagen model power head
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Old 04-22-2004, 04:09 AM   #4
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It must be submerge. Most powehead in the market are design to work in water as they use the water as the cooler medium for the motor as well.

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