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    Thanks for your ideas. The cracks may be extensive and are very...very difficult to access. It's not a practical concern at the moment. I did consider sawing it in half along the middle slot, repairing the cracks and then glueing it together again, but dismissed this as silly.
    I like Gary's suggestion of applying mild air pressure to the varnish inside. If I clean out the unused varnish, there may be no limit to the number of times I can run the exercise. Yup, either that or Radweld.

    I'll have a go.

    Dave...

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    Hi,
    If the varnish doesn't work how about putting in a liner such as a suitably sized poly bag? This may not be a lasting repair but it would keep the tank going for a while longer and would be a cheap / easy option to repeat when required.
    Cheers,
    Neil.

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