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Old 09-17-2021, 04:37 PM
rileyspoon rileyspoon is offline
 
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Default Maybe someone can explain....

Anyone care to explain why sealant on A is less likely to cause an issue than B? I understand that sealant on a flared fitting is probably a waste of time and not needed, but I'm not sure I see the need to disassemble all the fittings and remove the sealant from the flared side and put it all back together. Especially now that it is holding pressure at 50psi.

Just asking for a friend.....
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