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Old 12-02-2013, 01:36 AM   #1
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Heater Module


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I lucked out today and acquired a Lifegard heater module like the one in the link it was reduced to clear at $20.00. Now do I plumb it into the input side FX 5 or to the out put side of the filter?

Amazon.com: Lifegard AF-92 Heater Modules,Single Capacity: Pet Supplies Amazon.com: Lifegard AF-92 Heater Modules,Single Capacity: Pet Supplies

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Old 12-02-2013, 01:43 AM   #2
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Easy, just cut your output side in half and hook one side up to one side and the other end to the other side. Just make sure you have it flowing the right direction. It will say on the unit.
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Curious what kind of fittings is needed to make the connections work without leak? I have a 12/16mm tubing (1/2 inch) on the outtake of my canister system.
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