Crack in bottom corner, is the tank worth anything?

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omar91

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Hi,
My previous setup was a Fiji Cube 108 G External overflow. I recently decided to downgrade to a RedSea Max E-170. I have already setup the new tank.

Today I was cleaning the previous equipment that I'm panning on selling and when I was going to start cleaning the tank I found that there is a crack on the right back corner. I had this tank for about 7-8 months, bought it new. I haven't moved the tank yet from the room so the crack is likely from when I installed it the first time but didn't notice. I never had any leak issues.


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I was hoping to sell the tank but now that I noticed the crack I don't think many people will be interested. Is it worth anything or I'm out of luck?
 
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I'd sell it, point it out, no leaks.
Worst case give it away, then no worries, you got rid of it, and someone got a deal.
 
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