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Koolance Issues Recall for QD2-Fxx Quick Disconnects

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    Liquid cooling specialist Koolance has acknowledged some potential leaking issues with its QD2 series female quick disconnect fittings and issued a recall so as to replace the parts. The recall is for the QD2-F06-P, QD2-F06X10 and QD2-FG4 fittings with batch numbers 101361 and 101371.

    Customers who bought QD2 fittings between July, 2013 and September, 2013 are asked to check the batch number printed on the fitting and packaging and submit an RMA request if they have the potentially-leaky models. Koolance says the parts 'will be exchanged at no cost once inventory is available.'

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    One more reason not to use liquid cooling... ;)
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    They actually pay for postage then too ?
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    Recalls are pretty much always done with zero out of pocket cost to the end user. As long as you can take the time to fill out the request and get it into the mail, there's no other effort.
    Crunching for Team TPU

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