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Chris replied to Chris's discussion URGENT - Please Help with Electrical Inline Water Heater with Temperature Controller
"K. Thanks Steve. Too tired tonight, so I'll leave for the morning and report back. ... Wish I had some vodka and orange juice! Later - Chris"
3 hours ago
StevedNETN replied to Chris's discussion URGENT - Please Help with Electrical Inline Water Heater with Temperature Controller
"Looks right to me.  I would twist wires more so they stay under screw better.  Would try plugging directly into plug.  Ground looks fine"
3 hours ago
Chris replied to Chris's discussion URGENT - Please Help with Electrical Inline Water Heater with Temperature Controller
"Never thought of that, but I'll wait until you comment on photo and grounding issue. "
3 hours ago
Chris replied to Chris's discussion URGENT - Please Help with Electrical Inline Water Heater with Temperature Controller
"Okay, looks sloppy now as pulling back electrical tape did a number. If you look closely there are three wires (black, white and green). I wired the white one where you see the white letter "N". If you see a problem, let me know. Also,…"
3 hours ago
StevedNETN replied to Chris's discussion URGENT - Please Help with Electrical Inline Water Heater with Temperature Controller
"if you plug heater directly into wall, you could watch and see if it heats.  Test heater vs controls "
3 hours ago
Chris replied to Chris's discussion URGENT - Please Help with Electrical Inline Water Heater with Temperature Controller
"Give me a few minutes.... I have many layers of electrical tape to peel back. "
3 hours ago
Chris replied to Chris's discussion URGENT - Please Help with Electrical Inline Water Heater with Temperature Controller
"One more thing. I didn't have a short in length heavy duty 3 pronged plug available, so I cut off an old 3 pronger from an old wine refrigerator. The gage of wire is lower, so in multiple strands that I needed to twist to make my u under…"
3 hours ago
StevedNETN replied to Chris's discussion URGENT - Please Help with Electrical Inline Water Heater with Temperature Controller
"Snap a pic of wires on element and post"
3 hours ago
Chris replied to Chris's discussion URGENT - Please Help with Electrical Inline Water Heater with Temperature Controller
"Here's the element I am using: http://www.marineoutfitters.ca/index.cfm?category=10036|10359&product=35498553&code=Camco%2002852"
3 hours ago

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Steve R replied to Guillermo Nido's discussion Does anyone recognize this freshwater fish?
"black goldfish"
3 hours ago
Chris replied to Chris's discussion URGENT - Please Help with Electrical Inline Water Heater with Temperature Controller
"It was totally submerged in water when plugged in, and pool filters operate under pressure, so always filled with water... No risk of running dry. I only need temperature to climb 6.5 degrees to 25 degrees Celsius. I've used a few calculators…"
3 hours ago
StevedNETN replied to Chris's discussion URGENT - Please Help with Electrical Inline Water Heater with Temperature Controller
"Hi Chris. On 110 element hot goes to one screw the white to other. Can you turn pump off for a min or two and leave heater on to see if it warms up? These elements must not be plugged in when out of water. They call that a dry food and it burns them…"
4 hours ago
Chris replied to Chris's discussion URGENT - Please Help with Electrical Inline Water Heater with Temperature Controller
"PS: I installed element just the same. Has been running now for 2.5 hours with no increase in temperature thus far. It's sitting at 18.5 Celsius?? :("
4 hours ago
Chris replied to Chris's discussion URGENT - Please Help with Electrical Inline Water Heater with Temperature Controller
"Dumb Question... I've read that 220 water heater elements have terminals that are both hot. Does the same thing apply to 110v? The only thing that distinguishes terminals on my 110 element is, one terminal has a hand painted letter…"
4 hours ago
Guillermo Nido replied to Guillermo Nido's discussion Does anyone recognize this freshwater fish?
5 hours ago
Guillermo Nido commented on Guillermo Nido's blog post What type of freshwater fish is this?
5 hours ago
Guillermo Nido commented on Guillermo Nido's blog post What type of freshwater fish is this?
"The top fin on this fish is much longer than the golden shiner or rudd.  Thanks for your comment John Stevenson."
5 hours ago
John Stevenson commented on Guillermo Nido's blog post What type of freshwater fish is this?
"I am by no means an expert. It looks to me like it may be a golden shiner or golden rudd. Though if it was a rudd I would think the fins would be more red in color."
6 hours ago
John Stevenson replied to Sacred Valley's discussion Algae for fish food
"It is great that you are thinking in terms of replicating nature and using the free energy of the sun to create fish food. Algae and the planktonic crustaceans it feeds is an important part of the life cycle. But, I would say it is a building…"
8 hours ago
Don Cole replied to James H Clanton's discussion How I built a gas water heater for the pond.
"Well, this is my first year. I have had a smaller system for almost a year but it was inside, I am learning as I go and having a blast doing it."
8 hours ago
 

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