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sealing an aquarium

Leaks are a nuisance, but it's not usually essential to empty the tank to do a repair. The tank should be given a chance to correct its own leak. It'll frequently do this supplied the seepage isn't too quick. A leak rights itself when the suspended matter in the water clogs the fault via which the water is leaking. This procedure might take up to a week. To stop a pool of water forming on the floor, attach a strip of newspaper to the underside of the tank just below the leak, this will absorb most of the water prior to it reaches the floor.

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