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post #11 of 46
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well it was attached properly when I put it together. Ill get some pics in a sec. The leak though is not from the block itself, its coming out of the tubing, but only when I lift, or squeeze the tube.
post #12 of 46
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well it was attached properly when I put it together...
Does not matter because...

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Tubing expands and contracts with temp changes and WILL work it's way loose with time...
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You defintely want to clamp those barbs down to the port hubs. I prefer Herbie Clips for barbs. Solved !
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post #13 of 46
drain the system, remove the hose where it is leaking, cut off a inch or so, clean/dry it well and reinstall. There is a gap, could have been from the heat, but its letting water passed.

what brand of tubing?, (sorry if I missed this if you said already)


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You defintely want to clamp those barbs down to the port hubs. I prefer Herbie Clips for barbs. Solved !
I use those clips, I prefer them over metal
post #14 of 46
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I hope my arrow diagram will help explain the flow of the liquid
post #15 of 46
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whatever the brand is that comes with the xspc rasa kit
post #16 of 46
How can the flow be both going into the block? It needs to go in 1 side and out the other?
post #17 of 46
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I know, Maybe its back flow or something, but it drips out both sides. however all the other barbs are working perfectly
post #18 of 46
Well how do you have your loop set up. You can explain like this: rad > block > pump > rad
I think you should do as someone posted above, cut the ends off where they attach to the block and then attach them again.

I don't think it could actually be flowing both ways into the block unless the loop is messed up.. They could both be dripping from a bad seal though, where the tube meets the barb.

Maybe your pump isn't working, if the fluid isn't moving then it won't be disappating heat, which would explain why it got so hot on the block/tubes.
post #19 of 46
Wait a minute...No way you could be using both ports as inlet. Best switch one to outlet.
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post #20 of 46
what? You mean the flow is both going in, or the flow of the leak coming from the hoses?
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