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so many bubbles!

post #1 of 6
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as title says

what could I do?
-no, shaking my case is a no do since its rather fragile (acylic)

I've done flicking the tubing, and I"m just going to let it run for a bit

anything else?
I've heard adding a little dishwasher liquid/soap inside the res will make the bubbles go away?

cheers
post #2 of 6
Yep, a little squirt of dish washing liquid dislodges most bubbles.

Letting it run also does wonders, patience, young one
post #3 of 6
only use a drop or 2 of dishsoap otherwise just leave it and they will work out eventually
post #4 of 6
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only use a drop or 2 of dishsoap otherwise just leave it and they will work out eventually
coolio's
thanks all
post #5 of 6
Just run it with the fillport on the res open. The bubbles will work their way out in an hour or two.
    
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post #6 of 6
Hire Michael J Fox, he can get the bubbles out guaranteed!
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