No it's a DIY one.Is the cabinet the copper one from EA?
I would take it apart and lubricate the o-rings(s) a lot and see if you can get a setter seal.
Thanks guys. I bought some silicone grease so I'll dismantle and have a look at the other o-rings/connections around the inlet/outlet, heater and the prefilter and see if they could be the culprit.After giving it a thorough clean and applying vaseline on the o-rings the leak stopped.
I have a feeling it was the small o-rings where the inflow and outlfow attach. (I think water was leaking there and filling the grouphead which would then leak over the gasket)
I’d do more water changes rather than fewer as algae makes it’s appearance knownBits of brown diatoms starting to appear all over the hardscape
They are, fairly old now. I think getting on for 3 years I've had most of them. As Cookies says, I think a chunk of it comes down to the colour rendition of the light.are those ember terras in the first pic? Gorgeous saturated red.
It's lovely, I just wish it had the shades like the v2. I might make up a pair when I have time.Awesome colors from that rgb vivid 1 too.
The females are absolute beasts. As long as they keep munching and cleaning I won't shame them into weight watchers just yet.those amanos are fat!
Yep, it’s always nice to sit and enjoy the tank, and I’d be sat there for long periods. Great scape in a great setting