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    Re: How to Setup a Glass Tank (20 long) With Pictures!

    Quote Originally Posted by Firemaniv View Post
    Also go to walmart and get the acurite thermometer/hydrometer dor around $12.
    I live dead center in CA and this isn't carried in store by any Walmart, Target, Lowes, or Home Depot anywhere near me. You can order it, but if you're like me you hate giving money to people without a product in hand. Closest thing is smaller than a credit card and made by zoo med or exoterra for almost $30. Same goes for thermostats. No pet store OR hardware OR general department store carries them anywhere near me but every reptile keeper wants them. I had to search for months to find a hydroponics store for mine.


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    Re: How to Setup a Glass Tank (20 long) With Pictures!

    Please disregard my previous post. It would seem my local stores only stopped carrying that for a small period to change model seasons. Shoe leather sux and I stuck my foot right in there huh? Lol

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    Re: How to Setup a Glass Tank (20 long) With Pictures!

    Yep...I feel like a braying @$$ now. Just finished placing that thermo/hydrometer. I really need to have that surgery to have my feet stop shoving their way into my throat.

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    Re: How to Setup a Glass Tank (20 long) With Pictures!

    I was able to make a video to help with setting up a glass tank. Hopefully this will help piece it all together. Let me know if anything need to be added.
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    Re: How to Setup a Glass Tank (20 long) With Pictures!

    Great video thanks for sharing, wish my lamp dimmer held temperatures better I went out bought a thermostat today and now it's all perfect just in time to pick up my girl this Saturday

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    Re: How to Setup a Glass Tank (20 long) With Pictures!

    Just wanted to say thx for all the help and tips to get my setup perfect! Picked up my new baby girl yesterday and so far she seems to love it

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    Re: How to Setup a Glass Tank (20 long) With Pictures!

    Ok an issue seems to be happening every since I've put her in temps and humidity have been fine but last two nights humidity has been rising like crazy at night this morning it was 80% and I have removed all foil from screen it's completely open

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    Re: How to Setup a Glass Tank (20 long) With Pictures!

    Quote Originally Posted by lurch9 View Post
    Ok an issue seems to be happening every since I've put her in temps and humidity have been fine but last two nights humidity has been rising like crazy at night this morning it was 80% and I have removed all foil from screen it's completely open
    Unless you're seeing moisture/fog build up on the glass, then don't worry about it. It's far worse to have humidity too low than humidity that's a little high.
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    Re: How to Setup a Glass Tank (20 long) With Pictures!

    funny about 10pm starts climbing morning about 630 it's 80 and then drops down oh well she just ate and seems to be ok so not gunna stress too much don't really know what to do other than a dehumidifier at night

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    Re: How to Setup a Glass Tank (20 long) With Pictures!

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    funny about 10pm starts climbing morning about 630 it's 80 and then drops down oh well she just ate and seems to be ok so not gunna stress too much don't really know what to do other than a dehumidifier at night
    You relax and don't do anything. 80 is perfectly fine as long as there's not a moisture buildup anywhere.
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