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Old 02-07-2013, 10:56 PM   #11
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I know duct tape isn't verry smart but I would buy a new filter unless you really like the one you have you might be able to repair it with silicone.

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Old 02-07-2013, 11:08 PM   #12
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Yeah duct tape wouldn't be a good idea. Lol. I have another one coming to me since the person I bought it from on eBay has about 12 of them for sale. They are sending me a new one and I'm returning the other one that leaked. I originally wanted 2 of these Aqueon filters for my tank so I could eliminate the Aquatech filter I have. The Aquatech isn't a bad filter but its not nearly as good as the Aqueon that filters 400 gallons per hour. So when I get my replacement for the one that leaked I'll have 2 Aqueon 55/75 filters and be filtering 800 gallons per hour in my 55 gallon tank that's fully stocked.

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