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1)First what happens if you dont bleed?
2) my reservoir cannot be filled all the way
I fill it all the way up turn on PSU
and repeat till full every time
however when it is running the reservoir runs at half full
3)i tilted and no air bubbles but obviously there is air because the reservoir is half full

RESERVOIR IS NOW FULL but just running and i will refill every couple days till the issue goes away
Edited by smokebaca - 10/22/11 at 2:48pm
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If you set your loop up properly it will bleed the air out over time. Can you post pics of your loop? You could fill the res while the loop is running.
 
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1)First what happens if you dont bleed?
You aren't human.

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Originally Posted by smokebaca View Post
2) my reservoir cannot be filled all the way
I fill it all the way up turn on PSU
and repeat till full every time
however when it is running the reservoir runs at half full
3)i tilted and no air bubbles but obviously there is air because the reservoir is half full
2. While it is running fill it up.
3. Shake it a little. That helped me a lot.

Can you post pics?
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1 picture is an overciew
the next is the pump filled all the way while running
lastly is the pic of the tube i took out (was making a pressure gap not allowing me to fill all the way up... it was in the reservoir)


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post #5 of 9
Tilting a case side to side slowly is the best method of getting the major air bubbles out. Most smaller ones will work themselves out eventually, or will require additional movements of the case to knock them out. You will have you keep re-filling the res so long as there is air being cycled through the loop.
    
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ok so just let the loop run and maybe air bubbles will fill themselves in the res and then jus refill the res?
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ok so just let the loop run and maybe air bubbles will fill themselves in the res and then jus refill the res?
Yea, but try shaking and tilting it around to speed up most of the air though the loop.
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If you set your loop up properly it will bleed the air out over time. Can you post pics of your loop? You could fill the res while the loop is running.
there has to be a spot where water can bleed out though right? So should i just keep the cap of the reservoir off for a while?
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post #9 of 9
I'd like to compliment you on your orange 800D. Absolutely stunning.

I just had to keep refilling my res until it stopped sucking water down? Eventually it stayed full. You'd be amazed where air bubbles can be had. As suggested, shake things up, tilt if you can, get things moving

Or possibly you have a leak if the res truly will never stay full... may want to do some investigating on that.
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