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dazlancs

Keeping Your Tank Within Temperature Range During Hot Days Tips.

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lol

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Like that one,,,, alot !!!!

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I just put racing stripes down my back wall and a spoiler in the back!

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I have my tank in a shady place so don't get any heat problems plus i have the fans in my light unit also i have the added bonus of not getting any additional sunlight to cause excess algae

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All good tips, it could be worth adding these to the pinned post here:

 

http://www.reef-face.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic/5009-keeping-your-tank-cool/page-4

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I just have a clip on desk fan I turn on that blows on the surface of the dt. Drops the temp in my 4x2x2 by 1degree c in a couple of hours

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ok pinned

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I think Neil meant copy and pin the posts to the pinned thread he quoted in his post. :)

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lol oh right didn't see the link   :rofl:

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you can still post on the thread les np, both merged now, if we can keep things of the same subject together it is easier to find rather than if it was here there and everywhere

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unfortunateley i can only put it at the end

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