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post #11 of 15
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Air will get in ther if there is still some in the rads. Its not an issue to top it off.

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post #12 of 15
Sounds like air in rads... It can be hard to get rads 100% full. When I filled my rad, I un-mounted it so it could stand up, with in and outs at top, so water could fill from bottom to top, shake it a little to help, while loop is on, then mount in its horizontal position, again, while loop is on...
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Yea I just rocked my case slightly back n forth r did what swishamane did
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So, I've bleed it again and topped it off... but after topping it off - now I'm wondering if maybe there should be a little bit of air in the res...

I have the same res/pump combo. It's a ***** to bleed sometimes. Try turning the unit on it's back. That ensures that the res is the highest point in the system. Then I fill from the holes in the front of the rad using a syringe or eyedropper. A little air won't hurt, but I run mine as full as it will get with the pumps running on it's back.
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Seems to be ok now... but we'll see what works its way out.

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