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post #11 of 12
Easiest way to bleed the loop would be to run it with the top reservoir cover off...unless it's being used as a water input. Also, make sure you cap it with the pump running to prevent cavitation. Rocking the case about lightly will help release trapped pockets of air...as will tapping the tubing.
post #12 of 12
I have my 360 rad up top and I've found tipping the case over 20 degree's or so in the direction of the flow out and giving it small shakes works best. I get more air trapped in my radiator than anything else. I also remove one of the top plugs on my reservoir and using my index finger over the hole I can let the air out/keep water in while I'm "tipping". Cycle the power on-off a bunch of times and within a few minutes most of the bubbles are gone.
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