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So I'm putting a 10 gallon tank inside of my 90 gallon tank stand and need to move my power strips. I know that elevated power is best but what is everyone using to mount their power strips?
 

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I mount them to a board and put eyes on the top of the board to hang from hooks in the cabinet. Doesn't come up much but makes it much less frustrating working on organizing and changing timers and such.
 

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Nails into wood (not just gypsum) or screws.
Fairly small heads so the holes in the PS fit. When the tanks were inside the house the PS were above them on the wall. Then I could plug in an extra pump for water changes.

Make sure there are drip loops!
 

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In a pinch, duct tape or even electrical tape can be used, but it's best if it's wrapped around something. If you're trying to mount a strip against a flat wall, screws are your best bet.
 
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