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Is it me or my system? Finally get my system up and going for the first time and find three leaks, shut it down to seal leaks, start it up again and just when I think I've gotte all the leaks, It happens again.....
seal it up. let it sit for 12 hours(if unpatiant). 48 hours willing to wait. also just layer it one time give it five minutes then layer it again. i forgot what type of sealent i have but it takes 5 minutes to get a little hard that way i can keep adding layers but i have to let it sit for 24-48 hours for a perfect non leak seal.
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