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 Post subject: Temp for thermos...
PostPosted: Sun Mar 27, 2011 12:42 pm 
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hey guys, bought a twin 12inch thermo setup and wondering if anyone knows a safe temp to set the thermo switch to?

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Around normal operating temp. 84deg or so. Setting up thermo switches is trial and error.

You want the fan to cut in as the temp creeps above normal. If they're efficient,it shouldn't deviate too much and they should only run for a minute or so when idling.


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Thanks Justin...

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