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Is there a way to melt the glue on the collars? I have an air bubble that I've missed or I might of not used enough glue so now its leaking out the collar gap. Please help ASAP I need my PC badly.

EDIT:
I managed to suck glue into the gap between the collar and the tube to seal it but then the UV rays went to sleep, I now have another leak however on my gpu to cpu fitting but its probably due to too much strain because of how they both line up and the type of look I'm going for. I'll try re-gluing it and make do but I'm not 100% yet.
Edited by Benjiw - 7/10/16 at 4:54pm
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post #2702 of 4492
Having a few bubbles in there is not uncommon and they are almost never an issue--unless it huge. I have had nubs in the shop wit so many little bubbles it looks like swiss cheese and they still didn't leak.

Just "stick" with it and you will get it sorted. thumb.gif
post #2703 of 4492
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Having a few bubbles in there is not uncommon and they are almost never an issue--unless it huge. I have had nubs in the shop wit so many little bubbles it looks like swiss cheese and they still didn't leak.

Just "stick" with it and you will get it sorted. thumb.gif

I'm just a little worried about the last tube I don't understand why it leaked. I'll add more glue see if that fixes it.
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Just be sure it is actually the collar leaking and not a seal / O-ring issue. I think people that are not familiar with bonding on the collars have a tiny little doubt in the back of their mind so if they have a leak it just MUST be the collar--sort of like profiling if that makes sense. Gravity and wicking can cause the drip to happen away from the actual leak location.

I am not saying it is impossible to make a mistake when bonding the collars on of course as it can happen. Just that it actually not all that easy to get them wrong. It is much easier to have some debris (think cat hair or eyelash) corrupting the seal at either the O-ring or the flat rubber seal on the bottom of the collar. Also, if your tube (and collar) do not hit the fitting fairly close to square you can get uneven pressure mapping and that can cause an issue.

Just take your time, look really closely and figure out what the real issue is.
post #2705 of 4492
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I'm just a little worried about the last tube I don't understand why it leaked. I'll add more glue see if that fixes it.

Just a helpful hint (I hope) you can use one of the larger O-rings like come with the old economy fittings instead of the flt ones that come with the fittings!! and this will seal better if everything is not perfect. I have some I can send you for the cost of shipping if you want to try this??
post #2706 of 4492
I will be listing a couple of boxes 12 fittings of the economy matte black 1/2 by 5/8 tomorrow so look for the ad in the market place!!
post #2707 of 4492
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Okay so I am going to pull a page from someone else smile.gif. Like they said since this has pretty much become defacto monsoon club. I am curious if anyone has tried ro knows if I can use a Monsoon 90 degree light port fitting as a T. The way I would use it is with the cylinder going up and down (so the rotary included on it would go to the side).

The top would have a QDC, the bottom would be to a fill port, and the rotary that is attached to the fitting would go to a valve which on the other side would be another fitting doing the same.

The idea is below the fillpotrts is the loop, the QDCs will connect to GPUs and to CPU/MB ect. (there will be this setup on both sides). If the GPU is connected the valve will be off, if the GPU is not connected the Drain valve will be opened and the removal of the QDCs will cause the water to loop around. .

AFAIK the lightport will work perfectly as a T, as it has G1/4" threads on both ends, and both arms are even the same size, so you can put whatever fittings you want (or the intended LED plug) on either end. I have used them with temp sensors instead of the led plug and they work fine.

Was this ever confirmed by @BoxGods? I can't seem to find it if it was. Also, is the lightport made in 1/2"? I can only find 3/4" and 5/8" on PPCS.
 
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Just be sure it is actually the collar leaking and not a seal / O-ring issue. I think people that are not familiar with bonding on the collars have a tiny little doubt in the back of their mind so if they have a leak it just MUST be the collar--sort of like profiling if that makes sense. Gravity and wicking can cause the drip to happen away from the actual leak location.

I am not saying it is impossible to make a mistake when bonding the collars on of course as it can happen. Just that it actually not all that easy to get them wrong. It is much easier to have some debris (think cat hair or eyelash) corrupting the seal at either the O-ring or the flat rubber seal on the bottom of the collar. Also, if your tube (and collar) do not hit the fitting fairly close to square you can get uneven pressure mapping and that can cause an issue.

Just take your time, look really closely and figure out what the real issue is.
twice this has happened three times. Twice on the same tube each end, res to soft tube while sorting out wiring and cleaning filter. And on cpu to soft tube join, this one was a squirted happened while gaming make sure to key the surfaces or the glue won't stick, specially if it's a hard line joined to soft tube.

Just like to add that there is nothing wrong with the product, the idea is sound. I know that smooth serfaces need keying. I missed that trying to get my of back together.
Edited by red eye - 7/12/16 at 4:20pm
post #2709 of 4492
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twice this has happened three times. Twice on the same tube each end, res to soft tube while sorting out wiring and cleaning filter. And on cpu to soft tube join, this one was a squirted happened while gaming make sure to key the surfaces or the glue won't stick, specially if it's a hard line joined to soft tube.

Just like to add that there is nothing wrong with the product, the idea is sound. I know that smooth serfaces need keying. I missed that trying to get my of back together.

What is that device it's sitting on out of interest? And I'm going to abandon that bend when I can find some collars to replace them with but there seems to be a complete lack of stock here in the UK for the 13mm collars?
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Was this ever confirmed by @BoxGods? I can't seem to find it if it was. Also, is the lightport made in 1/2"? I can only find 3/4" and 5/8" on PPCS.

It will work but because of the recess on the plug side of the rotary, you will need to double up on the O-rings.

No. We do not make the Light Port Rotaries in 1/2" OD as there simply is not room for the second port on the 45-degree fitting.
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