Tunnel Collapse Caused by a Drop?

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Re: Tunnel Collapse Caused by a Drop?

Post by AwesomeHermit » Tue Jan 05, 2021 7:47 am

Enson wrote:
Mon Oct 26, 2020 2:28 pm
I feel for you. I have two down and I nearly knocked the tank over the other day.. I was working on some nearby furniture.. and I stood up and wasn't watching where I was going and my butt hit the tank.. lifting it off the stand and it slammed back down onto the stand. I've been sick to my stomach about it ever since. I just have to tell myself that there isn't much I can do except wait and see.

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How did the situation end up for you?
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Re: Tunnel Collapse Caused by a Drop?

Post by Enson » Tue Jan 05, 2021 4:09 pm

AwesomeHermit wrote: How did the situation end up for you?
Well they never came back up, so maybe not good. But it's "only" been about 2.5-3 months since they went down and supposedly they say not to worry until a year... I guess we'll find out soon. I'm going to be moving sometime soon (house hunting now). I'll have to empty the tank to move it.

I swear it's like they know it's an inconvenient time because my other two just went down last week.

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