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So I think my elite 50wattt submersible heater is dieing( got it used with the ten gallon it's in.)

Any suggestions for a new one, what brand do you like?

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Aqueon Pro. It has no glass parts and heats to within 1/2 of a degree of the temp you set it at as far as my thermometer goes.

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I use an aqueon submersible heater in my betta tank. Still trying to decide if the goldies will have one. I assume it's similar to the aqueon pro, its cheaper and works great :)

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Aqueon Pro 200 is what I use for my goldfish's 55 gallon tank and I love it.

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I use an aqueon pro in my betta tank, it's a great heater

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I think it is anonymous, Aqueon pro it is. Thanks for all of your input! :)santa

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:)santa Merry Christmas! :)santa

so I did not get aqueon pro today and the dieing heater has died. so I really really need a new heater for my ten gallon-my betta, Salvador Dali is about to going into my 1 gallon for fin rot treatment(aquarium salt and the only heater I have, a little under gravel one,a 1-3 gallon tetra filter and no substrate). the aqueon pro 50w is a little more than i can afford. so.... here are my question.......

what is the maxi watt heater can I use in a ten gallon?

how do you fill about tetra's submersible heaters?

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