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    Narcolepsy is offline New Member
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    Tren help

    Looking for help on fixing this or should I just throw it out and try again?

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    is that just crashed gear? try running under warm water or on a heating pad. Send the picture to your supplier and see if they will make it right.

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    Boil a pot of water and remove from heat. place bottle in water once it has cooled off a bit. swirl and let sit for a few hours then inject.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brazey View Post
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    Thank you. I will give it a try and reply back. Sorry for late response been work 12hr days

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    Yeah, that's just crashed gear. Happens often with higher concentration of short esters. Just warm it up in water and it will melt, just draw and pin.

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    Welcome. Agreed you can apply a little heat to it and it should correct itself brother.

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