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Old 01-26-2011, 03:58 AM   #11
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I was told something similar to that from my LFS here. That is why i relayed the same info.

With similar info at LFS, I would believe there is some truth to this; however, I know I'm going to trust someone (:ahem:... Mike) who has worked for an actual water company. Since I heard this a few months ago, I'm 100% for RO/DI.
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It`s a good idea to use RO/DI water. I really dont think nothing will happen right away but I do believe that over a period of time these heavy metals and compounds will like cause problems if not a crash. I really dont have proof but just my opinion.
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