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Really the best heater is any of them plugged into a reliable controller. Look at jehmco or kens fish for heater controllers and plug them into that. They're far more reliable than the heaters own thermostat. For me I run 2 smaller heaters so if one sticks on, I have time to catch it before I come home to fish stew.
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That's what I do...your heater of choice plugged into a commercial grade controller like Jehmco's.
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That's right. But if the polishing pads have "U" Shaped cutouts long the edge, all the way around it will Alleviate the need to replace them as often.
So I am not really following you with the "U" shaped cutout. Do you buy them like that or do you cut them? I don't have the heater in my possession yet, so I will have to look at everything when it comes.
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Ive switched to these fluvals and I really like them so far.
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I am looking at the Cobalt Neo Therm 200 watt (two of them) for a 125 gallon. Has anyone used them?
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