HELP - Young Bredli temps

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  1. AaronLovesPythons

    AaronLovesPythons Not so new Member

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    Hey guys so i have a really young bredli and the temps of the hot side arent even getting to 30⁰ it is winter in sydney but im worried cause the 7 watt heat matt is on high and at night it reaches 15⁰ on the warm side she has still had 3 feeds and a shed in this tank but im just worried should i get a new heating source ?????? Any help would be great

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    Since 15C is nowhere near warm enough, the answer is yes, you should get a heat source that reaches at least 32C.
     
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    Just a stronger heat matt you reckon or maybe a heat rock

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    Stronger heat mat and a thermostat set to 32,

    I use a 14w and a habistat on/off, although a pulse would work better

    No heat rocks, they wrapped a bad reputation for having an uneven heating element (different parts different heats)
     
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    Thabks

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