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Well then that begs the question, is it worth adding a second pump to a loop just for the sake of redundancy?
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I think the value of redundancy is purely up to subjective opinion.

If you feel like it is a worthwhile investment, buy it.

If you feel that it is not a worthwhile precaution...don't.

Either is the right answer for the person to chose. The only wrong answer...is to have a loop, without a pump?
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Originally Posted by DarkStarX View Post

Well then that begs the question, is it worth adding a second pump to a loop just for the sake of redundancy?
Nope because then you are just wasting money.
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