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peterd
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…….then again….

I did get a single, small puff of H2 gas from the tap this evening after not being opened for the entire day.

Since the aluminum is far less reactive than the magnesium, and I also only installed one road instead of two, I can see that the reaction is still continuing but at a waaaay reduced rate.

New tank time, for sure.

I might also open all the faucets to be sure that there are no resin beads stuck in the screens. Haven’t seen any other than in the tank, but you never know.

P.

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