condensed water Question

  1. virusmk

    virusmk Well Known Member Member

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    Hi all

    Ive just noticed condensed water into my heater close to the top.

    Is there any need of panic. Do i return it imediately or can be used like that
     

  2. Tonia

    Tonia Well Known Member Member

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    I've used heaters like that, but they don't last as long. If this is a submersible heater, it may be a sign that there is a defect with the heater. If you have the packaging and receipt, I would definitely return it to the store you got it from. How long have you had the heater?
     

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    virusmk

    virusmk Well Known Member Member

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    it is jager 300 submesible and it is submerged about 40 cm deep into the water.
    Got it few moths ago. I dont have the receipt but have my loyalty card from petbarn so i hope that they can extract sales info from it.

    Ill test my luck this coming days
     
  4. Rivieraneo

    Rivieraneo Moderator Moderator Member

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    virusmk, I would replace it. Good thing you caught it before it failed.
     

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