CUSTOMER SUPPORT + TROUBLESHOOTING | KAGES

KAGES CUSTOMER SUPPORT

When your enclosure arrives you'll want to have the following items handy: 

  • Phillips screwdriver, a cordless drill works best but a screwdriver will work fine as well. 
  • Aquarium safe 100% silicone sealant (this is optional if you want to seal the seams of the enclosure for added protection). >>Silicone Here<<

Assembly Instructions 

Click the enclosure size you purchased for instructions: 

30x16x16, 36x24x18, or 3x2x2

4x2x2, 5x2x2, 6x2x2, 7x2x2, 8x2x2, 4x2x3, 5x3x3, 6x3x3, 7x3x3, 8x3x3

4x2x2 with Swing Open Doors

8x4x4

 

Installing Light Fixtures 

Our enclosures now come with the light fixtures ready to be installed anywhere on the top for added customization. We recommend installing all lights before completing the assembly as it's easiest to do with the top of the enclosure laying on a flat surface with the inside facing up. 

How to mount light fixtures in Kages enclosure
How to mount lights in a PVC reptile cage
How to mount lights in a reptile cage
Mounting lights in a PVC reptile enclosure

 

 

Installing a T5 UVB Fixture & Arcadia JungleDawn LED Bar

Our enclosures come ready to add T5 UVB fixtures and/or an Arcadia JungleDawn LED Bar with a couple of screws. When you purchase these items directly from us, we include all of the necessary mounting hardware. When you purchase from other retailers they come with the brackets, you'll need to supply your own screws. We recommend installing all lights and radiant heat panels before completing the assembly as it's easiest to do with the top of the enclosure laying on a flat surface with the inside facing up. 

How to mount a T5 UVB Fixture in a PVC Reptile Enclosure
Mounting an Arcadia JungleDawn LED Bar in a reptile cage
How to mount a T5 UVB Fixture in a Kages Enclosure
How to mount an Arcadia JungleDawn LED Bar in a Kages Enclosure
Mounting lights in a PVC cage

KAGES TROUBLESHOOTING

My hot side is too cold and my cool side is too warm, what can I do? 

My first question is, how are you measuring your temperatures? You should be measuring the basking area surface temperature, the ground temperature on the cool side as well as the air temperature on both sides. This will help give you a better idea of what needs to be adjusted. 

There are a couple of options: 

  • Raise your basking height and decrease your basking bulb. 
  • The other option is to increase the basking bulb wattage and add a fan to the vents on the hot side to increase air movement. >>FANS HERE<<