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so will the filling and Bleeding lines be similar to a T line?
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Yeah it's a little easier to bleed one with a Res...You just leave the plug out of it and run for a few hours and tap around on the lines with your finger or a pencil or something...Big bubbles like to hide in the fittings to...Sometimes you have to tilt your case around some to get them all out...Just be careful not to tilt it so the pump isn't getting any water..You might have to run it all day or longer like that to get them all out....
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