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post #10 of (permalink) Old 03-10-2019, 07:13 PM
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Sounds exactly like air bubbles...then when the bubbles get out the go into the res which feed more bubbles through it.
If there's no leak, that's where your water is going. Do you shake and flip your rads to try to get the bubbles out or just plug and play? Even AFTER trying to get the bubbles out you'll still have bubbles trapped that are released over a few months, and that just a normal loop with a couple rads.
Flow rate isn't going to make the bubbles 100% just shoot out, if they're stuck more pressure will just push them harder.

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