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The catfish was good. I raised them in my makeshift pond. We harvested a lot of them
post #822 of 840
I love fish I would probably call myself an addict. right now I have two Oscars in a ten gallon
Edited by chicken hawk 33 - 11/8/16 at 3:21pm
post #823 of 840
how do u fix a leeking fish tank
post #824 of 840
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how do u fix a leeking fish tank

 

The best way is to re-do ALL the seals in the tank using aquarium grade silicone -- be sure to remove ALL the old silicone (razor blade), follow the instructions thoroughly and especially allow the appropriate "cure" time --- or make it a reptile tank and get a new/new-to-you tank with good seals.

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post #825 of 840
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The best way is to re-do ALL the seals in the tank using aquarium grade silicone -- be sure to remove ALL the old silicone (razor blade), follow the instructions thoroughly and especially allow the appropriate "cure" time --- or make it a reptile tank and get a new/new-to-you tank with good seals.


That was assuming the leak is on a seal -- if the leak is in the glass itself that's another matter all together and you still redo the seals but also replace the pane in question.....not for the faint of heart.

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post #826 of 840
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That was assuming the leak is on a seal -- if the leak is in the glass itself that's another matter all together and you still redo the seals but also replace the pane in question.....not for the faint of heart.

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The best way is to re-do ALL the seals in the tank using aquarium grade silicone -- be sure to remove ALL the old silicone (razor blade), follow the instructions thoroughly and especially allow the appropriate "cure" time --- or make it a reptile tank and get a new/new-to-you tank with good seals.
ther are no cracks in the glass so I'm pretty shore it is in the seal
post #827 of 840
I got the seal scrapped of should there be water between the panels
post #828 of 840
I think there is a big problem with the panels
post #829 of 840

Uhhhh.. problem. One of my Koi females ate the Koi male I put in for breeding. Now she's dead too. What do I do?

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post #830 of 840
how hard is a saltwater tank
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