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Old 09-01-2010, 10:23 PM   #1
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Repairing a leak in a 30 gallon aquarium

Hi, I got a 30 gallon on craigslist, and it appears to have a leak. I haven't put fish, or anything in that matter, in it right now, so I should be ok.

The leak is in the bottom corner.

It appears that they tried to fix it once, as their is silicon where the leak is. After looking at it, my dad says it is probably impossible to fix it, but I feel like it is possible.

Should I attempt to fix it? If so, how? The leak is only in one place.
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