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Our tank lights (and other equipment) produce a lot of heat and your may well be to blame for the increase in water temperature @Livvie
My suggestion is to fit a dual mode heating controller e.g. https://www.h2oaquatics.co.uk/product/d-d-dual-heating-cooling-controllerThen put your heater in the heating socket and one of these in the cooling socket.https://www.allpondsolutions.co.uk/quad-head-cooling-fan/The controller will automatically cool or heat the tank then If you've got a glass lid on the main tank, you could mount it on the sump (assuming the back is open to allow the heat to escape?)
I can take part of the glass off over the summer (do clownfish, royal gramma, dwarf angel or wrasse tend to jump?) The sump only has two circles cut out the back for wiring so not too sure there will be enough air flow. I’ve left the sump door open for now and opened the glass sliding panels. Seems to help a tiny bit with the room windows open too. Think I will def buy those items, thank you Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
Get a production line of frozen water in 2L drinks bottles on the go.
I blew one up with a compressor once, it ballooned a lot before going bang.
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