We bought a used 410 gallon aquarium a while back and one of the seams on the overflow just needed to be resealed. So, we bought it home and got it moved and obviously, when we moved it something came undone or something. We resiliconed the back overflow seam and let it cure with straps and everything on for 5 days. Earlier this week, we attached all plumbing and filled it up. We started it running today and this morning around 4 AM the pressure from the water broke one seam and another between the overflow and the glass. About 200 gallons of water went on the floor before we started shoveling it out the window in buckets. I don't know if there is a local fish store that would come and look at it and see if it's worth fixing, or if I should try to sell it and state the problems, or what to do. All the carpet has been taken up from the floor and the water has basically soaked into the wood like part underneath. It was only clean fresh water on there. Anyone have any advice? It's 3/4" thick glass with a double plated bottom.