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Old 21-06-04, 09:21 PM
9zap 9zap is offline
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vapochill LS question

Hi there,

can anyone tell me if di-electric grease is needed for the vapo LS?

cheers..

its not supplied in the kit so i am assumeing its not needed but not 100%

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Old 21-06-04, 09:59 PM
Shane5578 Shane5578 is offline
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the kit includes a syringe labelled 'thermal compound'. use it on the pins and chips
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Old 22-06-04, 09:37 PM
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Originally Posted by 9zap
Hi there,

can anyone tell me if di-electric grease is needed for the vapo LS?

cheers..

its not supplied in the kit so i am assumeing its not needed but not 100%
I'd get some anyway, just to be safe! And I wouldn't use thermal compound on the socket and pins as it is not designed for that!
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