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Old 01-01-2012, 05:22 PM   #1
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Big setback!!!

Well, I have been cycling my tank for about 3 weeks now and was getting some good progress. Now, this morning I wake up to find a small puddle of water next to my tank. I clean it up just hoping something spilt the night before. About 20 minutes later, another small puddle. About the size of baseball in diameter. I guess its now time to tear it down and determine if I need a replacement tank it if I can even try to reseal it. That is of course if I can determine where the leak is coming from.
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Old 01-01-2012, 05:43 PM   #2
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Good luck. My friend had a string hanging out of his tank from one of those chemi pure bags I think it was chemi pure it could have been just a bag of charcoal. Anyway it looked like the tank was leaking from the corner I asked him to check to see if any type of string was hanging out. Sure enough that is all it was.
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