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    Re: Heaters

    It depends on the size of the system but most of them run from 8,000 to 14,000 installed. If you DIY it is much cheaper.

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    Re: Heaters

    solar heaters are very useful as compared to electric ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badflash View Post
    Bad Idea, but a waterbed heater works great. Real cheap on ebay. 300 watts for around $15.
    Could you mount it on the side of a larger tank?
    Whether you think you CAN or you CAN'T... You're right.
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    Waterbed heaters are designed to lay flat under the bed. The ones I had way back did not attach in any way, so you would need to find a way to attach it. There might be simpler solutions then going with a waterbed heater.4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason View Post
    Waterbed heaters are designed to lay flat under the bed. The ones I had way back did not attach in any way, so you would need to find a way to attach it. There might be simpler solutions then going with a waterbed heater.4

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    I was honestly thinking duct tape or hot glue on the outside of the tank. I found one at a cheap price on EBay, so once I get it, and test it, I can post results.
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    he guys in my locationthat aredropping 10k at a time on the hydroponics stores are all raising pot. i recogniseof no different crop in CA with a purpose to pay for the heating, lighting fixtures, pumps, RO, dehumidifiers, chemical compounds, fish meals, and many others. (no i do notboost pot) definitely $threein line with pound talapia and multiple heads of lettuce does not.

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