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Thanks lIghty and Imarine :)

@ Imarine... Yes, that would be covered. Basically anything, whether it be accidental or just because of unforseen events will be covered. So if the kids throw a ball in the house, or hit the tank with a hammer etc. you have cover...;)
 

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congrats and welcome aboard!
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Hi there welcome ,good cover just one thing if i or anybody is busy working over the tank with a hammer hanging a picture frame and the hammer falls and cracks the glass are you covered or if you got a screwdriver in your hand and fall against the glass and cracks it are you covered and if kids and we now some kids out there, that see dad busy with screw drivers and they burst the tank are we covered
and for diy tanks?:whistling:
 
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Sure Ben DIY would be covered... basically any tank that was built by man would have the "human error" factor.

What we have decided though is that if a DIY tank is newly built, it would first have to run for more than one month before cover can be granted. Normally a tank burst would happen within this time if not built properly.

Some guys however have DIY tanks running for months / years, so that is 100% fine!!! ;)
 
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hey jaco, for some reason the fax didnt come through, please will you send it again....
 
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