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submersing heat pump
    #3528126 - 12/21/04 04:22 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

I'm having difficulty keeping my fish tank heater completely submerged underneath the water. Instead it's floating around the top. Is this okay. Where can I find submersive water tape? I've tried dive shops and local hardware stores. Nothing


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Re: submersing heat pump [Re: trent_logain]
    #3528135 - 12/21/04 04:25 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

my heater came with those "sucknaps". You know those suckrings octopussy has... language :lol:

there must be some waterproof tape somewhere, duct tape?


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Re: submersing heat pump [Re: MushroomFriend]
    #3528140 - 12/21/04 04:27 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

I put mine into a glass lipton tea bottle and filled it with water and just dunked it under and it works alright for me.


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Re: submersing heat pump [Re: jeff01]
    #3528195 - 12/21/04 04:46 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

Quote:

jeff01 said:
I put mine into a glass lipton tea bottle and filled it with water and just dunked it under and it works alright for me.




I practically did the same thing. I siliconed my suction cups, but they came up anyway, so the cord is siliconed and the other end of the heater is kept down with a tall slim drinking glass.


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Re: submersing heat pump [Re: FakeRealism]
    #3528553 - 12/21/04 07:06 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

osco drug pharmacy has water proof tape


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