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Old 11-17-2011, 09:32 PM   #1
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Acrylic repair

Thought I had an aquarium leak earlier tonight, but I'm pretty sure it was a damaged overflow. In a panic, I broke an acrylic part for my sump that is pretty much just an acrylic hanger with a bulkhead in it to receive the water from the overflow. I have both pieces and would like to glue it back together. What do I use?

Also, the overflow seems to have a crack on the bottom next to where the water goes to the sump. It's a Tidepool SOS so it's not acrylic, but some type of plastic. Any ideas on how to repair that?
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