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There was a guy who came through here once getting really bad temp's...We got him to break down his Apogee, the old original one, he had a big piece of foam packing peanut in it...That was just about he the strangest one I can remember....Some blocks like the Apogee used to be bad about having metal shavings in them...Then the v1 Fuzion has all that molding slag on the o-ring...There can just be almost anything in a new block....
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There was a guy who came through here once getting really bad temp's...We got him to break down his Apogee, the old original one, he had a big piece of foam packing peanut in it...That was just about he the strangest one I can remember....Some blocks like the Apogee used to be bad about having metal shavings in them...Then the v1 Fuzion has all that molding slag on the o-ring...There can just be almost anything in a new block....
Oh wow, a packing peanut. I haven't had anything major in any of my parts. When I got my apogee gt, I saw green stuff in it and I thought it was galvanic corrosion, but it was just acid green feser that the previous owner used.
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