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    Briot Precision 2 Problem

    Hello, I have purchased a brand new briot precision 2 and it seems like every time I edge any lens small tiny speckles appear on all the lenses. you can see them when you put the lenses up to the light. they look like a bunch of tiny little stars. I have tried different brands of lenses, and different settings. I am on recirculating water, to me it seems like the polycarb is getting stuck to the lenses. has anyone had this problem?
    Thanks,
    Jose

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    I fixed the issue. i just needed to filter the water better. I put 4 panty hose and the water is super clear and clean which has stopped the briddle look on the lens.

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