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Heater

Discussion in 'Freshwater General Discussion' started by bouncer36, Jun 9, 2013.

  1. bouncer36

    bouncer36 Thread Starter Member

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    Hi just ordered a new heater it 300w it says use for up to 80 gallon can I use it on my 55 gallon?
     
  2. bouncer36

    bouncer36 Thread Starter Member

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    Here the pic of it. I need to now
     
  3. Basha312

    Basha312 New Member

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    Yeah you can
     
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  4. bouncer36

    bouncer36 Thread Starter Member

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    Thank you did put a pic of it obser here but it not on there
     
  5. bouncer36

    bouncer36 Thread Starter Member

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    Basha312 New Member

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    In general I'd recommend about 2-3 watts/gallon but if you have more than that I wouldnt think it would be a problem. Currently I have a 300w heater on a 20 gallon grow out tank just because it is what I had laying around and the temperature stays pretty stable.
     
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  7. mancave1

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    I dont see why you cant , I got a 300 watt on my 40 gal column tank .
     
  8. bouncer36

    bouncer36 Thread Starter Member

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    I'm using it now thanks for all the replies