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    Posted: June 25 2013 at 4:11pm
it is slowing leaking.  I have been moving and cleaning all day.  Now i am in need of a 75g drilled tank


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Ouch

I have an empty 55 with stand and powerheads you could borrow and I also have lots of 20 gal aquarium tanks and tubs.

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i have several small tanks set up.  I saved all the water.  So if I up it back into the new tank can I put all my life stock right back in as well?  


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No tanks but I have a mag9 and some buckets tho I'm a ways away

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got everything looking better it was not a crack got to the bottom all cleaned up and the silicon was leaking.  ahhh this made me a happy lady!

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Thats great news! If you don't already have silicon, Granger has Momentive RTV103, that is what commercial tank builders use. 
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So I have worked so hard yesterday and all day today!  got all my cute fish back home and not a leak to be seen!!  the coral well we will see how they adjust.  So as I was refilling my tank with the buckets of water I saved I fell of the ladder and on to a power strip which electicuted me as the water fell.  :(  so then dumb me an hour or so later tried to plug something in to the the same strip and ...ZAP!!!!.... yep another good shock.  So now my over flow is so loud and i cannot quiet it back down.  ugh! 

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