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ari
Hatchling

United Kingdom
213 Posts

Posted - 29/06/2009 :  22:42:59  Show Profile  Visit ari's Homepage
hey guys, with the sudden surge in temp head my cool side has climed to 25-26C. any ideas on how to cool the cooler end of the tank.

the warm end remains a nice constant but im worried hes not getting a good heat gradient to cool down sufficiently.

ari

sexychef
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Posted - 29/06/2009 :  23:08:42  Show Profile  Click to see sexychef's MSN Messenger address
should be fine with a drop at night. if still unsure put a second water bowl in the cool end that might help



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gingerpony
Queen Bee

United Kingdom
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Posted - 29/06/2009 :  23:15:30  Show Profile  Click to see gingerpony's MSN Messenger address
cooling the room's ambient temp by opening windows or using a fan can help

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Janos
Hatchling

United Kingdom
180 Posts

Posted - 29/06/2009 :  23:29:57  Show Profile  Click to see Janos's MSN Messenger address
See, keep in mind, the temp in the cool side of the viv can't go below the room temperature. This should be obvious, I know, but I kinda panicked and made a few extra vents in my viv before realising that summer= warm >.>
....or maybe that's just me >.>


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Ell
Sub Adult

United Kingdom
1640 Posts

Posted - 30/06/2009 :  11:15:23  Show Profile  Click to see Ell's MSN Messenger address
If you are worried about the snake over heating, pop in a piece of old kitchen tile. It should stay cool and your snake will lay on it if its too warm ^^



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CAL
Hatchling

United Kingdom
146 Posts

Posted - 30/06/2009 :  13:12:13  Show Profile  Visit CAL's Homepage
I like that idea. I think I'va a large flat rock I used to use in his faun that would do that job.

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Budaholic
Yearling

United Kingdom
689 Posts

Posted - 30/06/2009 :  17:08:59  Show Profile  Visit Budaholic's Homepage
quote:
Originally posted by Ell

If you are worried about the snake over heating, pop in a piece of old kitchen tile. It should stay cool and your snake will lay on it if its too warm ^^



OOOh, that's a good idea Ell, I'll give that a go.

The ambient temp in Alices viv is about 27.5C at the mo

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heatseeker872591
Hatchling

United Kingdom
355 Posts

Posted - 30/06/2009 :  18:26:01  Show Profile  Visit heatseeker872591's Homepage
well the weather the way it is haha im not surprised. my heat bulbs controlled by a dimmer and when i turn it down to like 75F at night. the heat bulb doesnt even come on because the outside temperature from the weather and temperature of my room is staying a constant 80F haha blakes staying more at the cool end than what he is the warm, im even misting his viv alot to help cool the air down

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