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Old 01-05-18, 10:37 AM   #9
oil pan 4
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That sounds good, then attach thermometer to the loops to see if there is a big difference.
You my be correct and find then pond loops too cold in the winter, so just turn them off.
You may even want to try putting valving that will make ground and pond loops work in serries. You could put most of the the summer air conditioning heat under ground to save for later, them further cool the loop water by going under the pond.
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