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I did a water change friday and came back home and hour ago. My water was at 60 degrees, I forgot to replug my heater. I am so a dummy


My rhom look OK, he just move slowly.
I put 2 heater in the tank.

Temp at 65 now

How fast can I raise the temp so it wont shock my Rhom ?
 

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mrodge said:
haha how temp in your house even 60?
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It's not in the house, it's in the garage. so temps always around 17-18 C. but I have good heater's. My temp always at 80.

The temp when up to 8 degres Celcius last week, so we lower the garage heater
and today temp when down to -15

Now the temp is at 68 F
 

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shoe997bed263 said:
why did u unplug your heater in the first place???
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I unplug the heater when I do a big water change(33%), so my heater is not half in the water and half out and continius heating. For next time should I just let it run ? It wont dommage the heater ?
 

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i lost a glass heater when i tried heating water that was at room temp *60ish maybe, teh room windows were open durring teh winter :p* and tried to warm it too fast.....was a brand new heater got it earlier that day....managed to get my money back though....suckers :p
 

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With 2 heater's , my temps was going up 2 degres per hours, so I unplug my second heater before going to sleep so my temp will raise slowly.

Water at 74 F this morning and my rhom look OK

I will put my heater at 77 and back at 80 tomorow

Do you think I should add somethomg in the tank to help ?
to take out stress or somothing like that ?
 

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What are the after effect that can append to my rhom ?
Or what should I check to see if my rhom is realy OK ?
Can some parameter of my water can have change because of that drastic change ?
 
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