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Posted by bazmonkey on March 26, 2003 at 02:59:20:
In Reply to: Re: R.I.P. posted by herpluver on March 26, 2003 at 01:12:10:
Me too, it was a good system when it worked. If I had any idea that the heater would freak out like that I'd have thought of something else.
Poor Taj (the surviving one), he's been in the water bowl for a few hours now. I took him out to cool down the water, thinking he'd get cold and go back to his burrowing, but no, the colder the better.
My new dillema, which I would like any and all input about, is that I need to think of something reasonably cheap to do about temperature for this little guy. I still have the homemade pads, 5 of them now, and a rheostat. Problem is, my window is second floor, due west. No matter what I try to do, my room will reach nearly 90, and the snake has to be in this room. Does anyone know of a good way to cool down a snake's tank? I'd love to undertake rigging up a thermostat to, say, a heat pad and a fan, so that if the temperature goes in either direction something will happen to help.