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Old 03-27-2011, 08:13 AM   #1 
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Someone help me find a heater

I have my fish in his un-heated 5 gallon (for the moment). I plan on heating it.
I had to move him into the 5 gallon in kind of a hurry though, because the other tank I had him in temporarily was leeching some sort of toxin in the water...

My tank without the heater stays at about 74-75. Our house temperature stays at a steady 77 degrees. What type of heater will raise my tank temperature without cooking my fish? I had a tetra heater but it sometimes cooked my water in the 5 gallon up to 83. I don't really want my tank to be that hot. I want it to be around 78-79.
Can anyone recommend a heater that might work for my 5 gallon?
Does anyone know if the Petco brand heaters are any good?
http://www.petco.com/product/102227/...pplies_Heaters

TIA.
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Old 03-27-2011, 12:12 PM   #2 
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Petco sucks. Their heaters break down easily. I suggest an aqueon adjustable heater.

http://www.aqueonproducts.com/produc...ble-heater.htm

They sell them at most petcos.
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