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Cobra heat mats can go over 100 degrees--


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Posted by Jeannie on April 18, 2003 at 00:36:19:

In Reply to: anyone use Cobra heat pad INSIDE the tank? posted by Bianca on April 17, 2003 at 13:54:14:

I know from experience that the mats can go as high as 120 degrees, maybe higher. Luckily I didn't fry my snake, but I would be careful! I always use thermostats with my UTHs; I find them to be more reliable and less hassle than using a dimmer.

Jeannie

:I think since it runs tops 100 degrees putting it under one of the hidea boxes with a bit of substrate over it might be good.Anyone use it like this?
: Bianca





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