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Originally Posted by ginger_nuts View Post

Is that Mayhem's pastel blue?
Or what coolant is it?
Good job, white and blue look so fresh thumb.gif

Yes. Is Pastel Blue Berry thumb.gif
    
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My frozenQ uv quit. Dang it. Worked fine, pulled out the res to drop a kill coil in and it failed to come back on, have verified power going into the little box with a meter but there's nothing coming out measureable.
Doesn't this box just drop the voltage MOL? Should continuity be open across the UV light itself or should there be some resistance (taken at the end of the lead) ? So my thinking is the little power box or whatever it's called has fubar'd.
Help me out OCN gurus, need to find out what to tell PPCS when I call them tomorrow, I'd rather try to get a fix than send the whole thing back and be left "res-less".
Thanks!
post #24253 of 106449
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Originally Posted by Lazy Bear View Post

Air is still in the loop, I imagine.

Yes there is alot of tiny bubbles...
But I cant get rid of them frown.gif
Ive tryed for 4 hours today, and 2 yesterday. Ive even had the STH10 on its head and still the air wont go out proporly.
Tips?
I think ive tryed everything really tongue.gif
post #24254 of 106449
try agitating the bubbles by turning the rig on and then off. I needed to do this a few times to get my bubbles out. Since then no problems at all. thumb.gif
post #24255 of 106449
Oh Ive tryed tongue.gif As I said, Ive even had the case on its head, on the side etc tongue.gif
Its those tiny bubbles who are "stuck" at the wall inside the tubing...
post #24256 of 106449
the only other thing I can think off is to drain the loop and refill. It will get rid of them and allow you to start fresh.
post #24257 of 106449
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Originally Posted by Aventadoor View Post

Yes there is alot of tiny bubbles...
But I cant get rid of them frown.gif
Ive tryed for 4 hours today, and 2 yesterday. Ive even had the STH10 on its head and still the air wont go out proporly.
Tips?
I think ive tryed everything really tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by Aventadoor View Post

Oh Ive tryed tongue.gif As I said, Ive even had the case on its head, on the side etc tongue.gif
Its those tiny bubbles who are "stuck" at the wall inside the tubing...

Let the pumps run full power for much longer. Sometimes it takes a while to work bubbles out. 6 hours isn't that much.
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post #24258 of 106449
If you have a variable speed pump change up and down in speed. Also, you'll need to leave the loop running for several days to get ALL the air out. Eventually it will come out....
post #24259 of 106449
Aight I'll run it untill monday, if it aint close to 100% its Bitspower dual D5 /w Bitspower 150 res kit time!
post #24260 of 106449
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I can't get over how awesome that coolant looks!! Looks like "liquid Smurf"!!! I don't even really like blue that much but this just looks amazing (almost sorry I've already settled on Pastel Grape Red)....
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