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post #11 of 21
Tipless

That is exactly how the sticker is placed, so you can't remove the top unless you remove the sticker. (I have the same pump)

On my pump the sticker is already loose and doesn't connect to the top anymore, and i have never changed top on it..
the pump is no older than 3 weeks. so stickers do come loose on themself thumb.gif.
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Oh, lucky you I guess.. Mine was perfectly sticked to both parts, so I removed 100% of it, there's no even addhesive remaining now. ;P
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Someone is fortunate lol. I would put the old top back on, press the sticker back down, and send it back for a replacement
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post #14 of 21
Something to check is whether the pwm and tach wires are oriented correctly. I had to switch my wires around because they were swapped. I've got three 35x btw.
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Hey Guys!

Just for the record, I dont know, dont really makes sense to me, but I formated my PC, started all over as for software matters, and ever since I did that (like a week ago) the pump starts right away after turning on the system without any flaws, I've obviously been turning on and off the PC several times, as well as doing reboots, and the pump has always started right away as for now. I didnt alter anything that was done on the wiring or plugs, everything is just as it was before formating it... Any thoughts?

Btw, (Tipless) the pump warranty sticker is designed for not being able to remove without destroying it, so its totally destroyed by now and there's no way I can put it back for RMB in case something goes wrong again...


And Man, 3 35Xs... Thats insane! what are you pumping? a PC Fountain XD (Wanna guess they are on different systems =P )
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Hey Guys!
Just for the record, I dont know, dont really makes sense to me, but I formated my PC, started all over as for software matters, and ever since I did that (like a week ago) the pump starts right away after turning on the system without any flaws, I've obviously been turning on and off the PC several times, as well as doing reboots, and the pump has always started right away as for now. I didnt alter anything that was done on the wiring or plugs, everything is just as it was before formating it... Any thoughts?
Btw, (Tipless) the pump warranty sticker is designed for not being able to remove without destroying it, so its totally destroyed by now and there's no way I can put it back for RMB in case something goes wrong again...
And Man, 3 35Xs... Thats insane! what are you pumping? a PC Fountain XD (Wanna guess they are on different systems =P )

lol no i only have 2 in the system. i will be selling the other as 3 would be crazy lol. i have been told even 2 is too much but hey we are on OCN right? a bios setting controlling something could have been messed up. who knows... computers are strange sometimes
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post #17 of 21
The only reason why I'm considering running two MCP35X's is for redundancy and because there PWM controllable, if I purchased a second Laing DDC 3.25 18W pump I would have to spend another $74.99 dollars on a Koolance CTR-SPD24X2 Dual 24V Pump Controller, for that amount of money I could buy the dual MCP35X's with that awesome looking new pump top that comes with the dual kit pumps! I'll probably run both at 35-45 percent or perhaps run pump #2 a tad slower than pump #1.
post #18 of 21
just run em WOT lol i do and thi is my new config:
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post #19 of 21
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Yeah, this is OCN, everything its possible XD


Preety Nice Tipless, thats the same Mobo we got at the Office =p

but.. is it leaking? I cant trust buying smaller tubing in order to avoid fittings ;P I feel safer by watching some fittings holding the tubes in place, besides they are cool IMO =)

I'll be posting some night time pics for my system later, I just got the UV Cathodes =D
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no no leaking. i have 1/2" fittings with 7/16" tubing. its a pain to get on but after its on you cant even pull it off, you have to cut it off
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