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I run the pump with the cap off for about 24 hours.

the little bubbles are not going to hurt anything and will go away over time, if you really want to get rid of them flick the tubing with your nail it will break them free and allow them to travel to the res.

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I generally run a 24hr leak test where for the first hr I hand tilt the case in different orientations and keep an eye on the water level so the pump doesn't suck any air in. After all of the easy bubble to remove have been done I run the case on all of its sides for 2hrs each. So each component is at the top of the loop to remove almost all air bubbles and it has worked every time to get rid of bubble in gpu/cpu/rad blocks. I also watch it for the first few mins on each side to make sure that no big bubble surface and run the water to low.
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