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    is there aquarium repair shops??

    i have a kewl vertical 30 gallon hexagon shaped aquarium that leaks?
    i already removed all the old caulking and reapplied but there are still a leak or two.can i patch those up with those up with more silicon?i would much rather get it professionally done cause i heard days weeks months it could just start leaking again.i live in Phoenix Arizona if that helps any.
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    Should be an easy fix with aquarium silicone I think.
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    Agreed with the one above me.
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    cool ill just pinpoint the leaks,clean the portion and re apply.im just worried cause i dont want to be gone one day and have my gf and babygirl freaking out cause i did a horrorible job fixing up the fishy tank and have fish being sucked into the leaking crevices.

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    Re: is there aquarium repair shops??

    Quote Originally Posted by mark and marley View Post
    cool ill just pinpoint the leaks,clean the portion and re apply.im just worried cause i dont want to be gone one day and have my gf and babygirl freaking out cause i did a horrorible job fixing up the fishy tank and have fish being sucked into the leaking crevices.
    LOL I'm sorry I just got a really funny visual (even though it wouldn't be funny ) I think as long as you follow the directions on the package and allow enough drying time it should be all set, maybe overlap over the leaks enough to where its like a second coat on the okay portion?
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    hahaha i know i was laughing visualizing the fishies and water everywhere and fingers being pointed at me thats sitcom stuff. yeah ill do that and if it fails it could just become an arboreal creatures domain.heres another funny visual

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