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Old 09-08-2011, 10:19 AM   #1
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wow worst morning of my life

I woke up to what sounds like a waterfall here to find out that I have a huge crack in my back glass of my tank. I wanna die right now after all that work here I am emptying the tank ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhghhhggh
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Old 09-08-2011, 10:25 AM   #2
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OMG. Thats horrible! Did you loose alot of water? I mean hopefully the crack was near the top....

Good luck, let us know how it turns out after you get done doing what you gotta do.
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Don't look at it in a negative light man! Here's your perfect opportunity to go bigger and better!!!
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What a thing to wake up to. My biggest fear. Well, aside from stairs and hairy moths, that is.

Hope you figure it all out and can save your fish!
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Old 09-08-2011, 11:02 AM   #5
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Thanks everybody I have the tank drained it looks like a piece of live rock. Fell again.ya the back of the glass and cracked it from top to bottom. Thank god I didn't have my fish in there just lr sand and water. So took everything out and put my water in the 55 gallon trash can that I bought Monday for my rodi water. And put all the lr in my other tank. This is the worst after all that work this happens.
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Was it a new tank? They should have a guarantee if it was....
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Thanks everybody I have the tank drained it looks like a piece of live rock. Fell again.ya the back of the glass and cracked it from top to bottom. Thank god I didn't have my fish in there just lr sand and water. So took everything out and put my water in the 55 gallon trash can that I bought Monday for my rodi water. And put all the lr in my other tank. This is the worst after all that work this happens.
wow, that suxx!
Worst nightmare that could happen to me. Thats why I poxied everything together.
So hope and pray it will never never nerver happen to me my boyfriend would never let me have a tank again
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Old 09-08-2011, 12:37 PM   #8
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It was a used tank. I have to order a new one and I won't be able to get it till Wednesday this sucks. I have to paint the back and drill it again. But the place I'm buying it from ( the hidden reef) is gonna drill it for me so I don't have to drill since I.don't have a bit
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Man, I feel for you bud. That is hard to deal with. :-(
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This is my worst nightmare I can't believe this happened
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