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Old 05-06-2011, 07:00 AM   #11 
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90F would be great! Of course your talking to someone who is recovering from a colder than normal winter in Canada Is there anyway you can somehow insulate the tank at night so it doesn't get the extra heat in?
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Old 05-06-2011, 12:27 PM   #12 
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I did a 50% water change last night and made the water 76* and accliminated her for about an hour. Water rouse to 80* over night. (6 hours.) I kept the living room fan on, too. Let's hope it'll stay this way!! I'll check it at 1:30 after my stupid boring as heck class is over D:

I don't know if my apartment gets that hot. I just know we're too broke to afford AC or even a heater in the winter time. I live in Arizona, US. We had our first 100* day yesterday!! (Keep in mind I'm in just S/E of Phoenix, not like Flagstaff!) I just keep my fan on when I go to bed. Even in "winter" it's generally very warm around the apartment. I can only use a light blanket. D:
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