- - hope i did it right
|southamericancichlidguy23 ||12-24-2009 02:02 AM |
hope i did it right
so i just did my first seal job not to sure if i did it right i took the old cauk off and and used rubbing alchol put a heavy amount back on hope it holds water lol 48 hours as of now to waiT to try and add water exicted 8) it cant be brain chemistry to do it right any im gonna up load a picture of my work lol give me ur opinion on if it will hold and i will let u knw the answer in 48 hours lmao
|southamericancichlidguy23 ||12-24-2009 02:03 AM |
looks kinda sloppy but im first timer ugh
|Mecal ||12-24-2009 02:12 AM |
Originally Posted by southamericancichlidguy23
it cant be brain chemistry to do it right
I don't think I've heard that before...
But luckily for me I know "brain chemistry" ;-)
Anyway, it sure looks solid enough - however, I have never done this before. So good luck!
|southamericancichlidguy23 ||12-24-2009 02:13 AM |
thanks im gonna need it lol
|Angel079 ||12-24-2009 10:31 AM |
Maybe its just the pic fooling me...but is the tank cracked sideways and that's what you resealed??
I'd definitely and absolutely ONLY fill this outside on in the tub and let that sit for some 24hrs full with water before you "test" it inside the house :-) Don't wanna see you with wet feed over Christmas :-)
|southamericancichlidguy23 ||12-24-2009 12:51 PM |
its corner tank here is outside picture of the tank were the litttle black thermostate is right next to it in the seam was leaking
|bearwithfish ||12-24-2009 01:15 PM |
looks like you did a pretty good job:) .... let us know how it turns out
|southamericancichlidguy23 ||12-24-2009 01:29 PM |
cool i will im gonna fill it up either friday morning or saturday said wait 48 hours as of 2:50 last nite im exicted to see if i did it right
|southamericancichlidguy23 ||12-25-2009 10:54 PM |
haha i did it right thing dont leak drop my first time damn its no brainer to do this im going on craigslist and gettin leaks and flipping them:) make some money
|Mecal ||12-26-2009 12:25 PM |
and buying leaky tanks and fixing them is a way to get some cheap tanks! (and to make a profit, as stated ;-) )
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