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      I have a 28 gallon nano tank and am struggling to keep it at a consistent temperature inside my house or in the aquarium. What is more economical: buying a chiller for the aquarium, or just keep using the current window air conditioning unit and running up the electricity bill even when I'm gone? Are ice probes an effective way to go? What would I expect to spend on new or used equipment like a chiller?
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    • By Reef madness
      Helping a friend Sell some corals locally.  These look healthy and have thrived in his IM tank for a couple of years and he's a great guy to deal with.  Here is his Ad:
      https://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/for/6073691508.html
       
      If you would like to contact Tom directly, he can be reached at tomallanboyd@gmail.com
       
    • By HighschoolReefer
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      Just got into the house...meant to take the cost sheet off of it...gave the BF sticker shock LOL.


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