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Old 02-12-2010, 11:37 AM   #11 
honeyfish
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Well, poop. I might have to return this one and try to find another (working) one. Obviously, I will look for an adjustable one. This one seems to be working... slightly... I have a thermometer for my tank, and so far it's been steady at 76 degrees. I may drive out to Petco (it's a little farther out than Petsmart) and see if they have anything there. I think I will be out in that general area tomorrow anyway.

As for 65... I'm freezing! lol I live in Florida, it's not supposed to ever be cold. I was telling a friend, I'm pretty sure I chose Florida for it's warmer weather, not for freezing winters! If I wanted to be this cold, I would have moved up north! lol Well, hopefully I can get this whole thermometer thing straightened out.
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Old 02-14-2010, 01:33 AM   #12 
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I bought a tetra 50 watt and it doesnt do anything! I wish I had read that before I bought it. From my own experience Id say you should def. return it!
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