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Place structure void blocksaround spaces you don’t want the water flowing into. To get a structure void, use this command: give @s minecraft:structure_void 1 The structure void’s hitbox is a small cube in the middle of the block that can be broken to turn the block into air. Water will never flow into its space while it is active.

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  • How do you get rid of water blocks in Minecraft?

  • The first one is to fill the area with an easy to remove block (for example dirt) also fill the water blocks that are still source blocks. Then dig the first corner block away.

  • How do I stop water from flowing into my space?

  • Place structure void blocks around spaces you don’t want the water flowing into. To get a structure void, use this command: give @s minecraft:structure_void 1 The structure void’s hitbox is a small cube in the middle of the block that can be broken to turn the block into air. Water will never flow into its space while it is active.

  • Why do water blocks freeze in Minecraft?

  • As per the official Minecraft Wiki, water source blocks placed in a snowy biome will, in due course, freeze into ice if directly exposed to the sky above. This is because the light level directly adjacent to the water blocks (on all sides) is less than 13. The freezing can happen during any time of day and during any weather too.

  • How do I fix a water block that is running?

  • The water that is running is being treated like a non-source water block. Pouring a bucket of water onto the block in question will turn it into a soure block. If you’ve already placed blocks beneath the water (1 block below) as you say you have, you should be able to apply the buckets to those blocks as well and fix the water above it.