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Well the Sump Pumps are in a different section than the pond pumps. The pond pumps are in the gardening section. There's a pretty big variety depending what they have in stock. I think i payed like 35ish for my pump. The cheapest one was like 16 bux

The one i actually wanted was like 22 bux but outta stock
    
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use the pump to flush the rads then return it saying it wont work in the long run for you biggrin.gif
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post #183 of 611
on this filtration system, how much power are we aiming on the pump?
I know a mcp655 claims it can do 300 gph, and I feel that if I get 80 gph pond pump I wont be putting enough water through that filtration system

(also not trying to spend $100 to make this system) any advice?
  
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I thought about using my system pump, but busting out a PSU & all that would of been a pain in the ass, you could probably get away with just hooking the filter up to your system & running it. The only problem would be the bigger chunks of rad gunk not passing through the pump.
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Are you using distilled water to flush it with that unit? Did you warm up the water?
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I thought about using my system pump, but busting out a PSU & all that would of been a pain in the ass, you could probably get away with just hooking the filter up to your system & running it. The only problem would be the bigger chunks of rad gunk not passing through the pump.
yeah, that's why I didn't want to use my pump smile.gif

I thought about hooking up the pond pump and a bucket to replace my res+pump but I did not want all the pieces getting stuck in the gpu block or cpu block / vice versa

im going to try to just hook up each block to the pump 1 by 1 and flush it that way frown.gif
  
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Are you using distilled water to flush it with that unit? Did you warm up the water?

The pump does a perfect job of warming the water up over time. Yes, I used distilled water. I also rinsed the home depot bucket out multiple times w/ a sponge because it's made out of a petroleum based plastic.
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The pump does a perfect job of warming the water up over time. Yes, I used distilled water. I also rinsed the home depot bucket out multiple times w/ a sponge because it's made out of a petroleum based plastic.
wow, good to know frown.gif I would of just threw some distilled water in the bucket, rinsed it and "flushed my loop"

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Beckett-80-GPH-Submersible-Fountain-Pump-M60HD/100046313#.UqkPo50o6Uk

my worry is, how is a 80gph pump actually going to flush my loop? will I need to buy one of these $50 pumps with 500gph?
  
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wow, good to know frown.gif I would of just threw some distilled water in the bucket, rinsed it and "flushed my loop"

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Beckett-80-GPH-Submersible-Fountain-Pump-M60HD/100046313#.UqkPo50o6Uk

my worry is, how is a 80gph pump actually going to flush my loop? will I need to buy one of these $50 pumps with 500gph?

the pump i got was 1/4HP. Low flow pump would just mean you have to do each rad by it's self. Blocks shouldn't need the extreme treatment, just hand flush & shake.
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the pump i got was 1/4HP. Low flow pump would just mean you have to do each rad by it's self. Blocks shouldn't need the extreme treatment, just hand flush & shake.

yeah I hear you, I don't have the $100 for the 1/4hp pump but I want to try and grab a 500gph one.

I don't think the hand flush and shake will get all the stuff out like a constant high speed/pressure flow form a pump through only one block biggrin.gif
  
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