I recently purchased a 45 gallon aquarium setup used, and everything is beautiful. I am still cleaning it up. But I noticed today that the aquarium has a small crack at the top corner. It is ~ 2inches long, and goes diagonally from one seal to another.
Here is an artist's depiction
I think I may have caused it, as the seller seemed like a very honest guy, and I had contorted the tank a little bit to help water seep out when I got it home.
I was wondering if this crack will cause me any problems, and if so, if it could be fixed? It can't possibly get bigger, because it already meets two ends of the glass (ie. there's no more glass that can be cracked). Is the fact that it ends at two seals a good or bad thing?
Since it's at the top, I was thinking I could just fill it up to the crack, but I wasn't sure it that would be dangerous or not.
Any input is appreciated,