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Old 03-31-2010, 12:16 PM   #11 
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ecoprincess, I did the latter. I took him out, installed the heater and let the water warm up to make sure it would stay at a constant temperature. After I was sure it was working properly I let him acclimate in his bag and then let him swim out. It's been in there for some time now and has been working perfectly. :) What I like about it is that it has a little red led light that turns on to let you know when it's running and heating then shuts off when the water reaches the right temp. I've found that if it turns on it only turns on for a minute or so and usually only at night when the room temp drops. Also, I installed it horizontally closer to the bottom of the tank so I don't have to mess with it when I do partial water changes. I would recommend this heater to anyone. :D
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