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30 gallons of water weighs 300 lb and then there is the weight of the aquarium itself and accessories - that is a lot of weight that is likely to distort even a robust cabinet if it isn't standing on a perfectly flat and level floor, the most common reason why cupboards, cabinets and chests of all sorts never seem as good at home as in the shop.

Another possibility if the unit arrived as a flat pack, perhaps the attention to detail during assembly was less than precise...

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locally or online, Google will find it for you centred on your location in the world.

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no they are made in China. YOu can buy bulbs, you can replace light strings if it is a pre-lit tree, but no parts. If it is the base that is the problem, you could buy a live tree base and tighten it right down. The rivet caps on folding arms are available in Home Depot.

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Check manufacturers website.

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if you keep it in the fridge it will be fine. Bring to room temperature before adding to the tank.

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seeing as to how turtles and fish all live in the same water, there is no reason why it would not be so unless your turtle is a salt water variety

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120 gallon tank is 48'' 24'' 24''...

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I think, a sponge filter is for you - simple, cheap and effective.
It provides mechanical and biological filtration, once the sponge has grown bacterial colonies. Filters come in a variety of sizes shapes, and pore sizes to adapt them to an almost filtration need. Sponges give excellent results in ponds, saltwater, and freshwater. They can be used as an addition to another filter, such as a canister filter, or as the only source of aquarium filtration -

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no we cant.

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yes, but according to future growth size, spaced so as not to be overcrowded as the grow and according to their food availability.

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no just the usually humm

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Your going to need a thermometer, I suggest the simple kind that's just a sticker changing colors telling you the temp, in expensive and works. Most fresh water fish like 70-76Fdeg water, saltwater fish around 60F. if the thermometer reads too low, just plug it in, turn the temp adjustment knob just until the light comes on, wait for 10-20 mins, check your temp again and repeat steps if your still too low. once set, you shouldn't have to touch it again for a long time. Higher freshwater temps in the 80's stresses the fish out, and makes their metabolism run fast. They will live, but they will also require more feedings. Too low and they will become sluggish. Completely normal. Main thing is to keep them comfortable, don't try to change the temp to quickly. That stresses them as well. 5-10deg change over and hour is usually fine for most fish. The heater is primarily used to prevent a too low temp "below 60F" if you set it to 65, you should be just fine, you house will warm the tank up in the day time in most cases and the cycle in temp helps the fish to determine daytime and nighttime better.

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