Intro - 220 acquired, insight needed

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  1. joeyo

    joeyo Plankton

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    Hey all,

    Just picked up a used 220g All Glass (Aqueon) which is about 7 to 8 years old. I want to understand if there is a need to re-seal the seams @ 10 year mark, or just do it before I begin anything? Or just get it on. Overall it looks great, frame has two center braces on the top & bottom, glass is about 3/8" thick or slightly thicker.
    I'm an avid reader, this is my largest tank, prior was a 150g, but had to ditch it as it literally developed a leak the day I had our installer putting in hardwood floors. I'll be searching the forums for info, please suggest any key contributors for sump design and overflows. So excited! Thanks! joeyo
     
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  3. SantaMonica

    SantaMonica Fire Shrimp

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    Another late welcome :)

    I'm sure some tank builder experts can help you, if they have not already.
     
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  4. DSC reef

    DSC reef Giant Squid

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    Welcome. I'd reseal it while its dry that way there's no sleep lost when it's up and running especially with new wood floors:eek:. Nice score and looking forward to seeing it wet.
     
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