Recently we carried out liquid phase sulfiding instead of gas phase sulfiding of freshly loaded hydrotreating & hydrocracker catalyst in the hydrocracker unit. Liquid phase sulfiding done with DMDS in light diesel oil & 50: 50 hydrogen/nitrogen pressure. After sulfiding phase over & unit feed cut-in with vacuum gas oil ex. vacuum distillation unit we encountered severe problem with sulfur in H2S form detected in light naphtha product (C5-135 deg C range) coming out from stabilizer column. Pl note fractionator column ovhd goes to D-ethanizer & stabilizer column after ovhd gas compression in three stg compressor to separate out fuel gas, LPG fraction & Light naphtha product.What may be the probable reason for H2S sulfur in high concentration (> 700 ppm) in light naphtha product? Is there any possibility of sulfur stripped out from liquid phase sufided catalyst?