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    Does anyone have tips on keeping the water temp at 105F? Meaning, does it seem to work by filling a plastic tub at the correct temp and just keep topping it off to maintain temp or is a heater required? I looked around for a submersible heater and haven't found anything that would go to 105F.

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    Larry

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    I have seen people use plastic tub. But since I do my E-6 at home regularly, I broke down and invested in a thermostat controlled water bath for scientific laboratory use like this one. I got it el cheapo on eBay.

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    Thanks for the tip! I was able to find a heat controlled water bath as well and got it ordered. This should work out great.

    Thanks!


    Quote Originally Posted by kmallick View Post
    I have seen people use plastic tub. But since I do my E-6 at home regularly, I broke down and invested in a thermostat controlled water bath for scientific laboratory use like this one. I got it el cheapo on eBay.

    Click image for larger version. 

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