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    Trying to dial in Humidity

    Humidity is much lower on the hot side and higher on the cool side. We currently have him in a glass tank with plexiglass on top - ranging from 68 (hot side) to 78 (cool side). Is there a way to balance the humidity?

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    Re: Trying to dial in Humidity

    No. Humidity is 100% of the time lower where it is warmer. Thatís just the physics of how humidity acts relative to temperature.


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