Interesting that my EA 900 has an overhang of about 18mm at the front with no support under the tank, this is to allow the doors to be flush. This is by design of EA.
I can't see this being any different...I guess hundreds of these have been sold and present no problems
I had a similar Quandary some years ago although it was a larger overhang. I screwed a 50mm wide strip of hardwood to the back of the cabinet.
So all I would need to do is screw something like this level to the back..
Slightly off track but I've noticed the base of EA aquariums also have the top inset from the sides, so it's only really the 2 side pieces of glass fully taking the weight. I'm sure they're also glued but this goes against the normal advice I'd give and you'd see.This is incorrect there is definitely no support under the EA900 front edge as per the picture below...
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