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Old 06-02-2015, 01:56 AM   #11
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Devan,
Unplug your heater
let it sit one hour
Set temp on the heater to temp one the tank
wait one hour,plug in heater
Check temp in one hour.
The thermistat should be set
adjust accordingly
DO Not mess with the heater
If it doesn't hold temp it's on its way out
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Old 06-02-2015, 09:26 PM   #12
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Devan,
Unplug your heater
let it sit one hour
Set temp on the heater to temp one the tank
wait one hour,plug in heater
Check temp in one hour.
The thermistat should be set
adjust accordingly
DO Not mess with the heater
If it doesn't hold temp it's on its way out
I will try this. I left it unplugged today and my temps still sat at 80* acording to my thermometer. It wasnt the hottest its been out today either. Maybe i gotta invest in some A/C since the fish could benefit as well now it seems lol
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