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Re: [IP] Re: Air in tubing



Nanacy,
Would you mind educating me a teensy?  Why are there sets that
disconnect if it is not necessary?  Or, if it is necessary for some
folks, why not for you?  
Thanks
Charisma :)

email @ redacted wrote:
> 
> 
> Hi,
> 
> I very rarely get bubbles in my line and I notice most all of you are using
> the disconnectables so I'm thinkin' It takes air to get bubbles in most cases
> and it is my belief that if you don't get your connection tightly connected
> maybe you are sucking air in and don't realize it.  I don't mean that you are
> getting air just because you disconnect (although I believe that is possible)
> I also feel that when you put your tubing onto the reservoir that connection
> must be real tight too.  Think of a small leak in a tire because of the
> pressure of weight the tire goes flat the air being expelled so if you have a
> loose connection it is not tight and therefor sucks air in because it is not
> air tight.
> 
> Just my thought.  Like I said you all are using the kind of sets that
> disconnect and I don't use that kind and I can count the times on one hand
> when I've had any air bubbles
> 
> Nancy 12 years pumping
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