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hey guys, i've been having an issue with my current build and i just dont know what is causing it. i've redone my loop a couple times not to just find the reason why but just to add things and what not and everything i think i bleed the loop, a couple weeks later it'll randomly chug some air bubbles through it - and it doesnt last long, maybe an hour then stops. its driving me crazy because to me that shouldn't be happening. it hasnt happen to other builds of mine. is this sometimes normal? or what?
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It's nothing to worry about; it can take a very long time to completely bleed your loop. Air pockets can be trapped in a very stable position and they might not come free for months.
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Originally Posted by Mithrandir8 View Post

It's nothing to worry about; it can take a very long time to completely bleed your loop. Air pockets can be trapped in a very stable position and they might not come free for months.

Agreed.

If you can man handle that 800D beast enough to shake it around a little bit, that helped my loop a ton. Just make sure the pump doesnt start sucking air in the res or something ha.
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