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Old 09-29-2005, 10:45 AM   #1
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i am having a little trouble keeping my temp stable. just wanted to get everyones opinions. in my 75g i keep a 200watt heater in the overflow and a 75watt in the sump. i do have another 200watt but it wont fit in the sump. if i put both 200watts in the over flow would it even do any good? my temp has dipped down to 78.5 at night. during the day i need to run a small fan ( or two depending on the day ) becasue the halides heat the tank up. i would say daytime max is 82.

are there any high watt heaters that are shorter than ebo jaegers?


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Old 09-30-2005, 10:52 PM   #2
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It seems to me the only solution would be to have a heater in the actual tank, if u dont like how it looks try in the overflow and see if it helps the try 2 in the sump
i dont think they make heaters taht are shorter than the watts that are produced
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