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Old 10-25-2010, 06:32 PM   #1 
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heating dilemma....

Had to turn off the heater in my MiniBow 2.5 today, with the light on and the heater the temp was about 85 degrees, which i think is too warm. (??)Without the heater on and just the light it's stayed at a steady 80 degrees all day, but I'm afraid that when i turn off the light it will get too cool. Should i plug in the heater when I turn the light off? Or do you think it will stay warm enough? I can't decide what to do I've been debating this all day! thanks for any advice.
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Old 10-25-2010, 06:45 PM   #2 
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Keep the heater on when the light is off, that should keep it steady. :)
Without at heater the temperature can drop per hour or 2, so it would fluctuate too much. If you want, you could just check on it the first time to be sure it is at a steady/good temp.
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thank you so very much
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