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Old 03-10-2013, 11:02 PM   #11
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Have you checked to see if you tank is under warranty?
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Old 03-11-2013, 02:11 AM   #12
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Small leak in the seam. I took the tank down tonight my fish are sleeping the night (or two maybe three) in a garbage can. I didn't make the drive to the pet store they closed too early for me to have gotten there in time. Home Depot on the other hand was still open so I picked up some silicone. Looks like I'm redoing the seams tomorrow morning. Thank you everyone for the quick responses (both threads and pm's) most appreciated
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Have you checked to see if you tank is under warranty?
My tank is over 15 years old. I wish warrantees were that good! Lol!
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Old 03-11-2013, 03:18 AM   #14
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My tank is over 15 years old. I wish warrantees were that good! Lol!
LOL! I didn't know tanks lasted that long!
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LOL! I didn't know tanks lasted that long!
Apparently they don't
Today I'm removing the old silicone .. Feel like I've done this a few times already lol! Not on this tank, although judging from the mess I'm in I probably should've lol!
My goal is to have all the old seams off and have it nice and clean by lunch. Hopefully not too many breaks will be needed to get the blood back in my arms/head. Had to get a tall tank didn't I!? Lol!
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So its a glass tank I assume?
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Yep it is. Tonight I wait..tomorrow too and then the water test hopefully all goes well. It sucks not being able to see my fish. A big green Rubbermaid garbage can is not optimal for viewing :-( No floaters and plenty of surface action when feeding so I'm thinking they're all good.
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they sell underwater marine epoxy comes in a syringe its what they use to seal cracks on boats home depot has it
opps guess its a bit late
see everyones in a garbage can already
it's like $12. a tube
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they sell underwater marine epoxy comes in a syringe its what they use to seal cracks on boats home depot has it
opps guess its a bit late
see everyones in a garbage can already
it's like $12. a tube
Lol! Thanks anyway. Had no choice I was losing water too fast I asked at Home Depot but they didn't know much. I had to wander to find the silicone myself.
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what brand of silicone did you get ??
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