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let em bleed! and tell us temps, maby thatll get rid of the bubblies;)

how did you fill?
well heres what i do, i submerge the entire pump, and fill it up, bubleless, takes less than 20mins total!
i'm prob gonna replace all tubing later on.. so i guess i'll submerge it next time..

load i'm getting 5c above room temp..

and this homedepot vinyl is the crappest tubing ever!
Liss, i use a T line too, just let it run for like 2 hours, the water will start to get clearer and clearer. After about 2 hours, you can cap the T, and it will continue to bleed even when capped. Just make sure that you have enough water in the system and keep adding as the air comes out.
alright.. most of the bubbles are gone now..

question: i didn't have distilled water on me so i just boiled soome filter water and added some antifreeze.. am i gonna have any probs?

and here is a picture
Liss said:
tee line..

how long it take to bleed?
i had to fill me tee line 3 times because of the bubbles..
temps and pics later

Fill the system, turn on the pump and let it run. It should take a few hours to bleed but it depends on the positioning of your T-line. The higher up the T is in your loop the faster it will bleed.
how is the rad set up? it looks like you did it similar to mine?