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Re: [APD] Icecap fan
Oh, That's what I thought ;-)
Seriously, sorry about the cables. YOu went the whole nine
yards, eh? Total tear (sadnes pun there) down and new
cables. What kind did you get?
You have lights on a timer,no? MOve the fan plug to there
:-) Save more than energy, save fan life too.
--- Daphne Freeman <daphne_freeman at charter.net> wrote:
> Hey Scott, I wish I had been hiding, it would have been
> much less work! Due
> to overzealous val pruning, I have had the "pleasure" of
> breaking my fully
> stocked 92 gallon discus tank completely down so I could
> replace my cables
> and put it right back up. If you must cut power cords,
> never ever cut the
> one on your undergravel cables!
> For what it is worth, don't think that leaving all your
> gravel out on a tarp
> and dry along with the driftwood in 90 degree heat for 36
> hours (4 days for
> the wood) will kill cladophora. Apparently, it won't.
> After scraping the
> one section on the driftwood and keeping it in full sun,
> that mess came
> right back. Just add water.
> My Icecap fan runs at night because I didn't read the
> specs that closely and
> thought it actually cut off when the temperature hit a
> certain level. It
> doesn't so I am essentially just wasting energy at night,
> I should probably
> put it on a timer.
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