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Subject: Re: help with vacuum leak detection

Date: 03/01/02 at 10:51 AM
Posted by: Bob Bullock
E-mail: rbullock@agere.com
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In Reply to: Re: help with vacuum leak detection posted by Pat McMahon on 01/12/02 at 10:39 PM:

You can always try some IPA Isopropal Alcohol. Squirt a tiny bit at the suspected leak area. Its nature is to go to its vapor phase is rather quick. If you pressure rises at a certain point. This is most likely the area of your leak. Not sure what other gases might be in your system. Please make sure there is no heat source before you do this. Other than that, it's quite a benign experiment.

Bob


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