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Don’t y’all hate when you’re floor isn’t level and now you have to drain your qt and move it to a stand you’ve been using for storage. smh
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If it isn't too far out of level, you *might* be able to float it on a Styrofoam sheet. I can't recall ever having a small tank crack due to being out of plumb, it would have to be pretty bad, with part of the bottom rim completely unsupported.

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If it isn't too far out of level, you *might* be able to float it on a Styrofoam sheet. I can't recall ever having a small tank crack due to being out of plumb, it would have to be pretty bad, with part of the bottom rim completely unsupported.

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The water level on one side was a quarter inch lower than the other. It might be fine but I won’t take any chances and get 10 gallons on my 3rd story bedroom.
 
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