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Old 07-17-01, 01:38 AM Thread Starter   #1
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Now, everyone is worried about air bubbles flowing through their system. Doesn't the water falling through the air oxidize it? Won't you have some MAJOR air bubble problems?
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oxidize water, i thought it was already oxidized . But seriously, colins curt reply is right, the water won't have a bunch of air bubbles in it.
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As long as the water reservoir is adequate depth, then air bubbles are not an issue. It is difficult to pull air down through water unless the water reservoir is shallow or the water level is too low.
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