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Old 06-05-2008, 10:33 AM
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WVO has Auto Trans Fluid in it...QUESTION?

While experimenting with a new electric pump which will be used for my processer set-up, I attempted to transfer some WVO I collected from one container to another. The pump needed to be primed several times before the actual transfer took place. I did not have a separate container set aside with WVO for the priming and used new auto trans fluid to prime the pump. I used about 2/3 QT and now have AT fluid mixed with my WVO.

Any concerns I need to be aware of when tritating, processing, etc? The AT fluid mixed with the WVO and did not separate. Thanks for your input.

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