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Hey I set up my xspc rasa to my LAN boy air. It didn't leak the entire first day. The next day I screwed in two more fans to the top of the radiator. Now when I start the PC the radiator leaks below on the opposite side where I screwed in the fans. Is there a way I can save my radiator?
post #2 of 5
it depends on where the leak if coming from. if you screwed into the radiator and punctured it... it's probobly dead unless you can braze it back shut. If the leak is just coming from a barb, you can unscrew the barb, but some blue loctite on the threads and screw it back in.. or fix the clamp if it's leaking out of the tube.
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post #3 of 5
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Yeah its coming from the hole where I screwed it in.
post #4 of 5
you might be able to get away with using like an epoxy.. i know in car radiators you can put epoxy on crack, and apply a vacuum pump to the radiator to kinda suck in the epoxy in the crack.
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ok I'll look into that thx
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