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2004 Bystronic BySpeed 3015 4.4kW Resonator Water Fittings Leak

2004 Bystronic BySpeed 3015 4.4kW Resonator Water Fittings Leak

2004 Bystronic BySpeed 3015 4.4kW Resonator Water Fittings Leak

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Has anyone has had their water fittings inside the resonator leak? The Koolant Kooler's chiller seems to be running normal at 60PSI. The laser was out of operation for approx. 8 months but stored inside a shop with temps ranging from 40-80F. Replacing the fittings seems to fix the problem for the leaking fitting but then we discover another fitting leaking and so on. Any help or direction would be greatly appreciated. Thx

RE: 2004 Bystronic BySpeed 3015 4.4kW Resonator Water Fittings Leak

where on the fittings is it leaking? usually its the hose. just replace all the hose

Chris Krug http://krugtech.com/
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