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Posted by richie on April 21, 2003 at 18:02:49:
In Reply to: If temperature gets to hot is there any way to cool it down? posted by rc_racer_007 on April 20, 2003 at 19:20:06:
I have heard of people hooking up the little computer fans in their tanks...coupling this to a thermostat may be a little tricky, but you could always put it on a timer instead
I personally rely on air conditioning to keep my frogs at a reasonable temperature......may not be great for electricity bills (although it's not so bad as it has a thermostat), but it is better than watching the litle guys suffer .......another thing is to not let your lights come on until later on in the day...if you don't aready use these, compact fluorescent lights are good to use as they emit little heat..........
:i plan to keep my darts in my bedroom in the upper portion of our house. it stays warmer up the, well becuase heat rises. it isnt a problem during summer or winter just spring and fall when we open the windows and turn the ac/heater off.
:sometimes it can get a little warm. And i want to know is there any way i can set up a fan or something that turns on if the temperature reaches x degree.
:is this possible?