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6. Transfer the glycol in the syringe into a CLEAN and DRY glass. Be very careful to not spill any glycol as it is very corrosive to just about everything  (including human skin!):



7. Repeat this glycol removal step three times removing approximately 50-60ml each time such that the quantity removed is approximately150-200ml. At each step, gently tilt the tube to let air bubbles enter the tank in the C-element chamber (which then re-fills the tank with glycol). At the end (and after replacing the glycol chamber screw!) the C-element looks like this:



8. After checking that the glycol chamber screw is correctly back in place, unscrew the four metal bracket screws 2 turn at a time alternating in diagonal/crossing order:



9. Do this until you can remove the metal bracket from the tube. Be careful to NOT move the glass tube itself from the LC housing:




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