My Sealing! AH!

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    WarmSoda

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    My GF just a few minutes ago dropped on me; "Hey hunny, I think your tank has a crack in it". Needless to say, my response was less the settling...

    Well, it wasn't quite a crack, but rather would looks like a 'bubble' in the lower right corner of my sealing/silicone. I'm not sure I've noticed this or not, but should I be worried? I can't seem to get a good picture either, camera isn't too good.

    EDIT: waitwaitwaitwait. I just looked at a picture from when I got the tank.... And it's there. Still don't know if this is a good thing. Lemme post pic. It's in the lower right hand corner!
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    yote Ceritfied Mantis Hunter Moderator

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    It could just be a bubble in the silicone.I've seen that happen.
    But I'd watch it close for a few days just to make sure.
     
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    just edited post
     
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    Just an air bubble in the silicone it looks like (if I'm seeing the right spot).
    The clear silicone shows those bubbles pretty good.I'd say your tanks alright.
     
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    Navarchus Almost smarter than a pig

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    Wait a second. That's not a reef tank!

    I agree with the others, it looks like a small bubble in the silicone.
     
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