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urgent problem with my rasa waterblock!

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so i took out the block that comes with the rasa 240rs kit.. somehow someway i happen to lose one of the screws that put the copper plate in to place.... and obviously it leeks.. what can i do??? besides buy a new one cause i dont have the cash for one right now till maybe next pay check and i have been with out my rig for about 2 months now.. any help would be greatly appreciated..
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email xspc and ask for a replacement part, they replaced the reservoir cap of mine free of charge when I needed a replacement.

Probably not the fastest solution and obviously I can't guarantee there wont be some charge.

Other options could be to take one of the screws you haven't lost to a hardware store and see if you can get a replacement, I think it'll probably be an M3 bolt, but it's easy enough to ask in a store.
    
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I would take one goto the hardware and get me a replacement
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Originally Posted by Satogd View Post
I would take one goto the hardware and get me a replacement
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That or the NAPA store maybe even Lowe's or Home Depot. All of them have lots of screws.
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