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noelway Offline
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why not?
I've read you shouldn't use silicone, but just wondering why?

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noel
07-15-2008 05:36 PM
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RE: why not?
I believe the Hydrogen actually eats the silicone. (Guessing) I've had a bubbler with tubes that I siliconed in and over about a week or so of testing, the silicone turned to a messy goo inside the bubbler.
Might be other causes too. don't know
07-15-2008 06:01 PM
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RE: why not?
It also conducts electricity.

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07-15-2008 07:02 PM
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RE: why not?
thanks
07-17-2008 05:53 PM
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