How to Detect and Fix Stray Voltage in an Aquarium

Posted by Matt Buschbacher on

No Stray VoltageStray current in the aquarium is when you have an errant electrical charge running through the water. This is dangerous not only for you, but also harmful to your fish, corals and invertebrates. Typically stray current enters the water through a faulty power cable on a pump (protein skimmer, circulation pump, media reactor pump) or a heater. Making your tank a safer and healthier place for your fish is easy and affordable. We'll look at how to test for stray voltage, and how to to fix it.... (READ MORE)

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