Aquarium Submersible Heaters

By · Wednesday, November 11th, 2009

Aquarium Submersible Heaters
What if I plugged a aquarium heater submersible land on a ungrounded outlet?

Is there a way to avoid the fatal crashes? I have a 300W submersible aquarium heater metal that has a 3 prong outlet and you have to use a 3 -> 2-prong adapter to plug in the thermostat to keep water at 100 degrees F. I am worried because the output is not grounded. A GFI / Ground Fault Switch to make it safer? Should I avoid putting my hand in the water?

Replace the two ends receptacle outlet with a GFCI outlet. That is compatible with the Electrical Code and would be a secure installation. For you and the fish. Do not take electrical advice and unqualified untrained people.

My 40 Gallon Planted Aquarium

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