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post #1711 of 2114
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Originally Posted by aznever View Post

Yeah, those are the stock plugs that came with the Res. I believe the problem is because the holes are so close together, and the plugs are blocking each from being tighten.

Bottom plugs tighten first.



Loose O-Ring from the back side if i tighten the bottom plugs first.



I am not sure why they added the multiple ports, since this res is designed for a case that emphasize on being compact.

Okay, so i believe i have a solution to your problem. Here is a picture of two fill plugs.


The plug on the left is our standard plug. The plug on the right is a smaller plug we also carry. That smaller plug should solve your problem. I have a set of four sitting here on my desk to send to you. How does that grab you?
post #1712 of 2114
If that solves the issue then I will give it a try. Thanks.
post #1713 of 2114
wanted to ask if it possible the mount a pump onto the vertical Reservoir
post #1714 of 2114
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wanted to ask if it possible the mount a pump onto the vertical Reservoir

For a long time I had my D5 mounted to the bottom of my Liquid Fusion reservoir via a male to male threaded adapter. That was all that I had holding it together and I would handle them as one unit putting them in and taking them out. Never had any problems. Just make sure the pump is at the bottom of the reservoir redface.gif
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post #1715 of 2114
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wanted to ask if it possible the mount a pump onto the vertical Reservoir

What goodtobeking said. I saw someone custom order a fQ warp reservoir with a built in pump top but the problem is if you do that then the lighting wires can't go out the bottom so you have to have them come out the top, so you end up with wires coming out both the bottom and top of the res. Not a big deal if you can route them so they're hidden, but just using a male to male adapter seems less troublesome
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post #1716 of 2114
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Originally Posted by Steveo2400 View Post

Okay, so i believe i have a solution to your problem. Here is a picture of two fill plugs.


The plug on the left is our standard plug. The plug on the right is a smaller plug we also carry. That smaller plug should solve your problem. I have a set of four sitting here on my desk to send to you. How does that grab you?

Thanks Steve, for all your help with resolving the issue that i had with the order!
post #1717 of 2114
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Originally Posted by goodtobeking View Post

For a long time I had my D5 mounted to the bottom of my Liquid Fusion reservoir via a male to male threaded adapter. That was all that I had holding it together and I would handle them as one unit putting them in and taking them out. Never had any problems. Just make sure the pump is at the bottom of the reservoir redface.gif

is it possble to show me the pic of yr reservoir with teh pump
post #1718 of 2114
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is it possble to show me the pic of yr reservoir with teh pump

This is how i did mine.

post #1719 of 2114
what top is that?
post #1720 of 2114
Its our top, the FrozenQ D5 pump top.
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