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Old 01/15/2007, 12:30 PM
lizard8578 lizard8578 is offline
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Location: clementon NJ
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i unplugged everything last night before bed to let it cool down overnight.I turned all the pumps and powerheads back on and left the heater unplugged to see how much heat my pumps produce without it.I think i realized what the problem was?The sensor for the thermostat was pulled out of the tank and was reading the air temp of my home which is substantially cooler than the water in the tank so the heater kept running constantly.Or i could of pulled it out when i unplugged the heater.Well see.

thanks,for your helpful advice,jim