Water in pipes getting stuck on a random hydropnics tile.


TOOK14
  • Branch: Live Branch Version: Windows Pending

With no apparent reason, sometimes my irrigation water will back up on a particular hydroponics tile, even if I disable it, rebuild it, rebuild the pipe, or leave it without a plant.  The pipe blueprint seems to be the only solution that works, and this one tile out of all the hydro tiles is the only one that does this.

I can't for the life of me understand why this is happening, and I can't imagine this being anything other than some sort of bug.

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If I'm just being dumb or missing something, please let me know.


Steps to Reproduce
Build long stretches of hydro farm tiles as shown, past that I do not know.

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I have a similar bug. For me the problem is in last functioning hydroponic tile. Removing the plant from it helps, but if I put it back then water is getting stuck again. Even if I destroy entire hydroponic line and rebuid it from scratch water will be stuck on that particular tile.

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Every Hydroponics Tile acts as a pipe input. Sometimes the flow of the water gets confused with all those subsequent inputs. You can solve this problem by using a liquid valve or liquid bridge to direct the water into each row of bristle farms. Make sure to leave 1 tile of pipe free so the water pressure can build up (so to speak).

I attach a screenshot for clarification

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