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I have 2 reservoirs, I just leak tested one, and when turned upside down with the lid screwed on, it leaks through through the lid, it does have thicker walls then the other one but looks more dodgy, the brand is angel eye, was wondering if anyone has heard anything from this brand of reservoir, and wether I should consider this leak acceptable, btw its revision 2.
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Get yourself some thread seal tape and put it on the cap threads, wrapping counter clockwise, and you will be just fine.
    
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Good advice--(and don't turn your PC upside down when the res is intstalled lol)
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Originally Posted by zokus
Get yourself some thread seal tape and put it on the cap threads, wrapping counter clockwise, and you will be just fine.
a.k.a. teflon tape
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