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White flackes appeared in my Reservoir oh noes?

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Alright so i just moved my tubing a little after rewiring my case now some white particles came out as soon as i turned it back on is it dangerous do i need to take my loop apart and do a full cleaning?
Or can it stay there my pump isn't sucking it in so i dunno




help will be greatly appreciated

most of my loops specs are in my sig rig. I'm using distilled water with a silver coil tubing i'm not to sure i'l have to double check
Edited by Drakenxile - 10/30/12 at 6:40pm
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post #2 of 15
I'm no expert on these things, but I would say first you say your tubing, what you are using inside your loops like dyes, silver etc, the blocks, pump and reservoir in your loop. In case one of those products has a known problem.

Edit: I'm assuming your talking about the sig rig Octopilion.
Edited by Dehatitated - 10/30/12 at 7:05pm
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The tubing is made by Feser its UV blue
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Can you take a better picture? I have no idea what I'm looking at.
post #5 of 15
Did you flush out your radiators? That junk can come out of a new radiator.
post #6 of 15
Likely just plasticizer that knocked loose of the tubing when you were inside the computer. Or flak from the radiator.
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Likely just plasticizer that knocked loose of the tubing when you were inside the computer. Or flak from the radiator.

I was thinking it was either of these but I haven't personally seen either of them in person, so I wouldn't say.

How old are the parts, maybe flaking blocks?
Edited by Dehatitated - 10/30/12 at 7:29pm
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my loop was fine for about 4-5months. i had a tube with a small kink which i undid it was a little to close to my dvd drive so i just took it out

for thosse who don't know what you're looking at thats a picture of my Dual bay reservoir
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my loop was fine for about 4-5months. i had a tube with a small kink which i undid it was a little to close to my dvd drive so i just took it out
for thosse who don't know what you're looking at thats a picture of my Dual bay reservoir

Maybe the movement of the tubing moved around some plasticiser that had leaked?
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Is it dangerous tho do i need to drain the loop and refill it?
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