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Old 24-04-2013, 01:06 PM   #21
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Did u check with the seller whether the heater got the auto themosat function which enable the heater to switch 'off' once required temp reach, followed by "on" agn once temp drop lower than your required?
Bro, got meaning to check? All lives are gone. You reckon he will compensate me???
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Old 24-04-2013, 01:12 PM   #22
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Bro, got meaning to check? All lives are gone. You reckon he will compensate me???
Bro,

No way to chk for the faulty auto themosat function, only seller know the best unless like what senior bros suggested, test it before use which i believe nobody will including me.

Take it as a painful lesson learnt, move on ba.

My deepest condolences bro.
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Old 24-04-2013, 01:24 PM   #23
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Did u check with the seller whether the heater got the auto themosat function which enable the heater to switch 'off' once required temp reach, followed by "on" agn once temp drop lower than your required?
hi bro 81civic! i thought all heater has auto on and off >?
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Old 24-04-2013, 01:50 PM   #24
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hi bro 81civic! i thought all heater has auto on and off >?
Hi Bro,

Also not sure on this, mayb some experience bros can advice?

In most cases heater should have this function, what i meant, based on outlook and testing, heater might be working however the function "auto thermosat" might b faulty which end user wont realize till thing happen.
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All heater should have a thermostat... To cutoff the heating coil when it reach to the require temperature.

I doubt the seller will compensate ya. Bro my advice is don't need to chase the seller we have to move on.
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Sorry for your loss ts. Next time check the heater first, there's a light indicator on heater. Light on meant heater turn on, light off heater is off. Make sure the heater can auto toggle between on n off before using it. I usually take a small container, set to close water temp, drop the heater n wait for a while to check can it auto shut off when preset temp reached.

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hi bro.

what brand is your heater.

some heater need to be calibrated before use.

different country different standard.

My Jager Eheim 300W.

says pre calibrated.

i put into water. set at 28.

water actually is 31.

luckily didnt set at 31. else i dont know how now.

there are a few dials on the top there to calibrate. so really need to take note these small small things.

RIP you fishies.

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Old 24-04-2013, 03:18 PM   #28
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bro, my deepest condolences for your loss.

yes, "heart pain"

honest, whenever I use the heater in my tank, I shall make sure there is full aeration too just in case. test it for the entire day when I am around too.
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Thanks for all.
First time use heater, dunno wat to look out for... Will be my first and last

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Will take note now when using heater....

Did you try use the heater again to see whether it's auto cut off?
I always monitor the ON/Off light before leaving it.

May your fishes RIP
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