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So this may be a total noob question, but so be it, I want to do this right with my first saltwater tank. I currently have my heater in the tank, because the one I bought was like 1" too long to go in my return pump chamber on my AIO 24g. So I just got a Cobalt heater that will fit in that chamber. Is there any trick to adding a new heater and removing the old one, so that I don't mess with the water temp too drastically? Do I just set the new one to my current temp of 79, plop it in and let it run for a bit and then pull the other one out? Having 2 in at a time won't hurt it right...they should turn off when they are at the target temp, right? Thanks!!
Noinoi24 posted a topic in Hardware ClassifiedsI’m Selling my equipment and tank all less than a year old. Except for the lights which I think is less than 2 years. $350 for all. Pick up only. 92354 zip code. Or shipped with buyer expense. Have the boxes of them all as well. upgraded to Bigger tank. This will go all together. Will take deposit to hold. Fluval 13.5 ($90) Cobalt Neotherm 75 Watt ($30) Reef Glass Skimmer with pump ($80) Nano Box Tide Minin Plus M ($200) InTank 3rd chamber media basket ($25) Cabinet Stand (Free with aquarium purchase)