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Old 12-05-2015, 08:07 AM   #11
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Alright ill take a tape measure with me and see if i can find one to slide into the bulkhead. There is no pipe protruding into the tank

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Old 12-05-2015, 08:35 AM   #12
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There is no pipe protruding into the tank

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In that case you will want the 'street' elbow or you will need a piece of pvc and a common elbow.
Good luck, SOMETIMES bulkheads have odd sizes.


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Managee to get some "street" elbows pack of 2 for £1 and a bit of pvc pipe to connect. Cant grumble for £2 very tight fit almost took a bit of persuasion but thats better i suppose just hope they hold up cause ill be left in a mess if they manage to come loose

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Just need to clean up that silicone.

Thanks again for the help

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Now for my next question... how can i get rid of that glue.. the guy who had the tank before me just put duct tape round the top of the glass cause the water level was so low.. now im stuck with this....

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Old 12-05-2015, 10:35 AM   #17
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Scratch that.. nevermind vinegar a razor blade and a bit of scrubbing with filter floss and its gone

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Hey coral bandit, just wanna say thanks again. All set up now, ive increased my tank volume by almost 30 litres and its running quieter than ever cause my sump level is much higher so less of the constant dripping. Im made up. Thanks

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Cool beans!

Have you interrupted power to make sure the sump is still all good?
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