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It was bubble-free. Now I got some of them

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NetDaemon

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Mar 6, 2003
Location
Glasgow, UK
Hey everyone...I had a problem a week ago. LOTS of air bubbles were trapped into my system. I could see them moving in a "whirpool effect" in my tubes. I decided to remove them but I didn't know any efficient way so I was playing with the pump switch to bring them near the t-line. When that happened I moved the case forward and backware and the bubbles were escaping from the t-line. I finished this process yesterday and I had so many bubbles that I actually had to add some water after. I realised today that there are more bubbles in the system but I am not really sure that I had these yesterday. what can I do?
 

Nomjr

If your not pushing it, why are you here?
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Dec 19, 2000
Location
Southern California
Check for leaks, if none, continue bleeding it. When you tilt it, it will eventually loosen up the stuck air pockets.