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+1 ha ha
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Nothing that a little 3in1 oil or 0W20 can't fix if the impeller ran for a period of time dry making a chirping noise.

Now, if the impeller just sized up, the impeller is usually toast.

Bummer that Laing or their distributors don't sell replacement impellers. But then again, they are in the business of selling complete pumps and not spare/replacement parts. wink.gif
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Hi all, I just received my mcp355 pump and I accidentally run the pump dry to test if it works or not. But, just now, I watched a video in youtube telling that you SHOULD NOT run your pump dry..I'm scared!Am I ruining my pump? T.T I'm so screwed!

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thanks for this but its not funny..
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thanks for this but its not funny..

orly?

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thanks for this but its not funny..

Its just a pump, sometimes you just gotta take a deep breath and laugh it off wink.gif
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If it was a fan, I would laugh it off since the cost of those are marginal. As for a pump, it's the heart of the WCing loop. If it flat-lines, the loop is dead. That isn't something to even crack a smile about. rolleyes.gif
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If it was a fan, I would laugh it off since the cost of those are marginal. As for a pump, it's the heart of the WCing loop. If it flat-lines, the loop is dead. That isn't something to even crack a smile about. rolleyes.gif

Thank you for your understanding...I will buy new one from you soon enough as spare..thumb.gif
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