05-02-2013, 08:30 PM
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Originally Posted by twocents
glad to hear it was a simple fix. when you said it was leaking near the clamps in the back, that is why i thought the quick disconnect assembly. that is where it leaked out on mine. my 30 gallon was, all of a sudden, down about an inch of water and it was all over the inside of the aquarium cabinet (instant warping and stuff) and all over the floor. swapped another unit in and it still leaked. only constant was the quick disconnect assembly and, talking to the techs, that is what it turned out to be. upon examination after I swapped them out, it looked perfectly fine: tossed it in the recycle bin anyway.
Well, I investigated the quick disconnect assembly fairly well but after switching the pump back on it was easy to realize it wasn't leaking near the assembly but rather around the rim. I'm still trying to figure out how the seal twisted itself while the lid was still on though, as that appeared rather odd to me. But it gave me a good excuse to do maintenance on the canister anyways :)
Thanks for the help 2C.