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I had this exact same issue with a G1/8" stop plug LED fitting for an Aquacomputer filter. I didn't want to drain the loop so I tried to make it work with super glue. The glue stuck to the fitting OK, but the leak was persistent and I ended up wasting a lot of time and still having to drain everything. I ended up scrapping the filter, which is a major pain to plumb.
post #12 of 15
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Ugh, so I was removing the led holder and it broke. Now I'm wondering if there's a replacement holder to go inside or anything to plug in there. I couldn't find the exact o ring but I got some sealant.
post #13 of 15
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Ugh, so I was removing the led holder and it broke. Now I'm wondering if there's a replacement holder to go inside or anything to plug in there. I couldn't find the exact o ring but I got some sealant.

Yup mine snapped when I was trying to remove it too. frown.gif

What is the thing the LED holder was in? The best LED plugs I've had so far are Bitspower.

I'm pretty sure our leaks wouldn't stop because Acetyl just does not stick to anything.

If the LED holder was the same size as a regular port you can get g1/4" crystal led stop fittings from pretty much any water cooling retailer. The g1/8" are the little ones and I found alphacool makes some with 3mm led holes can get them from performance pcs.
Edited by electro2u - 11/30/14 at 8:40am
post #14 of 15
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Ugh, so I was removing the led holder and it broke. Now I'm wondering if there's a replacement holder to go inside or anything to plug in there. I couldn't find the exact o ring but I got some sealant.
You say this was all built new around a month ago? call XSPC and get an RMA to replace the broken part.
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post #15 of 15
Stuff messing around send it back under warranty do not mess on with it as it will only get worse with time.
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