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Old 12-11-2017, 02:42 PM   #1
JohnJ
 
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Default What should i do if the tube connector has broken?

I got a Rotastak genus200 hamster cage and one of the tube connectors cant get separated and have a crack on them, so i have no way to attach it to the hamster cage, i also also have no way to actually block up the tube holes and no way to purchase new tube connectors or even exchange my cage due to the fact im at college every day but the weekend and no way to get to where i actually got the cage

is there any way for me to replace the cage's tube connectors? with either a new one or a way to stop the hamster from getting out. should i just order a second hamster room or wheel that is connected by tube and just connect it directly to the cage

also strangely enough the cage on the websites instructions is not the same as the actual cage...
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Old 12-12-2017, 02:46 PM   #2
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Default Re: What should i do if the tube connector has broken?

If there's no stockist near you and you don't want to order w parts from internet, you could see if there's a cage going near you on freecycle or you can get very cheap ones on gumtree, maybe even a rotastak one you can canabalise
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