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    #1

    when + for any/some reason

    Hello.

    Which should I take, any or some for the following sentence?:

    The valve is automatically closed when a machine is fully shut down for any/some reason.

    Thanks for your help!

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    #2

    Re: when + for any/some reason

    You can use either. I don't see a difference in this context.

    Rover

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