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Air Bubble Issues. I keep trying to move the whole computer around. All I seem to be doing is just moving the air bubbles not getting rid of the bubbles. I have a pump res dual bay combo. Is there some kind of additive I can put in there? Right now I am just using bottle water.

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Bay reservoirs are notoriously difficult to bleed due to their hard to get access to nature. You need to work the bubbles to a high spot in your loop that has outside access; like the top of a radiator that has a plug on the high side. Keep tilting and use the natural rise of bubbles to work them out. You can also try to work them out while pump is not running by leaning and tilting case. I don't know of any additives for getting rid of bubbles. Lots of snake oil rumors.
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