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Re: [Killietalk] fridge cooling of worms
They also make a plug in thermostat that you plug the power cord of
your refrigerator into and then an external probe is placed inside
the refrigerator. The thermostat then has a power cord that plugs
into the wall. These allow you to run the refrigerator at a warmer
temperature. They are probably listed in Graingers, MSC, or McMaster
Carr catalogs. It is not as nice as having a wine cooler to begin
with but at least you can use what you already have.
Here in Oklahoma it gets pretty hot in the summer. In the past I was happy
my whiteworms survived to the Fall. Now I have so many fish I need decent
production throughout the summer. Even with the air conditioning running 24
hours a day there is no place in my house cooler than 75 F.
I just picked up a 3.2 cubic foot dorm fridge and figured I had things
solved. Unfortunately at the warmest setting it is still 48 F.
Any ideas on how I can jury rig it to be 55 - 60 F?
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