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I'm not sure I get your question. Generally speaking, the easiest way to fill a loop is by having a reservoir just above and prior to the pump in loop order so that liquid filled into the reservoir feeds the pump, and then you take turns starting and stopping the pump each time the reservoir gets low and refill it, then repeat. That way you are using the pump to fill the loop and you keep doing that until the entire loop gets filled and there is flow coming back into the reservoir. After that point you can start tilting the case to help force air bubbles to move from wherever they are stuck to try to get them to the reservoir where you can remove them by stopping the pump and topping off the reservoir each time it starts to get low.

I'm really not sure how you are going to accomplish that without a reservoir. I know it's not easy but can be done, however I've no experience with how to fill and bleed a loop like that.

Here's what I would probably do. Note: I'm assuming that top port on the pump / cpu block is the inlet. I hope that's correct.

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Just wanted to say thanks again for your help. My res, fittings, and squirt bottle all came in today. Got everything together rather easily (only had to enlarge the holes for the mounts to the res slightly).

And wow a lot easier than I thought to bleed and everything.

And off to find my next problem to solve smile.gif
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