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Old 01-05-2006, 05:04 PM   #21
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bad luck, huh?

I once had the front piece of glass literally separate at the seams of my 140G Freshwater a few years ago. We managed to save all the fish, but it sure was a mess...

As far as public holidays go, my heater died last week while i was out of town killing all fish in my 46G Saltwater... Devastating.

Didn't mean to jack your thread, but I wanted to share too

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