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Old 10-08-2009, 03:40 AM   #1
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Question Jebo adn Fans

Hi,
I have a Rio 219 (R219) Jebo Aquarium.
I want to add the neew cooling system - Jebo Multi Fan - to my aquarium.
Is it possible to add it to my type of aquarium (both the aquarium and the fan are Jebo)?
How do I do it ?

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Old 10-08-2009, 03:55 AM   #2
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Just curious, what does the fan cool?
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JEBO Aquarium - Aquarium Cooling Dual Fans
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From what I see on the internet the fan just kinda blows air onto the water to "cool" it. IMO you could just mount a personal fan under your sump and do the same thing.
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I don't have a sump...
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either way it just mounts to either the lip of the aquarium or the lip of your sump to blow air over the top of the water to induce evaporation to cool your tank. It just screw mounts to the lip, would work on any aquarium.
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IMO just placing a regular fan to blow air over the surface of your tank water would do just as good if not better.
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But I have a fully covered tank:
http://www.ganganimal.com/images/Fot.../jebo_r219.jpg
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