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With the seal in place - that gap looks OK when the cover is done up with the seal in the correct place.

Where is the pump seal ?
are you placing it in the pump top ? - which is where it should be for installing the pump.
and then placing the pump down into the top (onto the seal)

Monsoon should consider putting a little note on where to place the seal because no instructions are provided with the MMRS-SAP.
The end user is left to guess if the seal goes on the pump shoulder or into the top.
You have to stretch the seal to fit on the pump, so it is logical for experienced D5 users it should go into the top.
BUT not all users (new & experienced) will realize this and could be a cause for incorrect assembly.

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SON OF A GUN. That is why? I sure hoped Monsoon would put some kind of note. I had to re-arrange my loop, and let's not forget how many headaches this crap gave me. After properly installing it this time I still have a big gap, I hope it is OK.
Edited by Brunoper - 1/26/16 at 9:06am
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There is an installation video on the store page where you bought the pump.
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The "gap" in the Monsoon video is much larger than in my picture.
So I wouldn't get too worried just yet.
See just after the 4 minute mark in the video for the "gap"
BUT
It is worth watching the whole thing if you have not already done so thumb.gif

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There is a video however, it did not show pump installation only MMRS Reservoir building. In addition, since the O-Ring in the pumps go around the pump and not in the pump top it is not the very first thing one thinks of when your pump doesn't work. A simple piece of paper illustrating installation would cost them a few cents and it would be helpful.
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SON OF A GUN. That is why? I sure hoped Monsoon would put some kind of note. I had to re-arrange my loop, and let's not forget how many headaches this crap gave me. After properly installing it this time I still have a big gap, I hope it is OK.

I have a big gap in mine to. But that is due to the fact i used the XSPC o ring which is thicker than the one that comes with the MMRS pump housing. I cut the one that came with the pump due to not paying attention to what i was doing BLEH!!!

Make sure u have EXTRA o rings for everything thumb.gif
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There is a video however, it did not show pump installation only MMRS Reservoir building. In addition, since the O-Ring in the pumps go around the pump and not in the pump top it is not the very first thing one thinks of when your pump doesn't work. A simple piece of paper illustrating installation would cost them a few cents and it would be helpful.

See the post above yours for the video. The O ring fits exactly the same way it does in the stock D5.
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I have a big gap in mine to. But that is due to the fact i used the XSPC o ring which is thicker than the one that comes with the MMRS pump housing. I cut the one that came with the pump due to not paying attention to what i was doing BLEH!!!

Make sure u have EXTRA o rings for everything thumb.gif

Do you have a p icture your system running with the new Modular REservoir System? including the pump? thx. I just can't find anyone that post a picture with their whole system lighting up with the new Monsoon MRS.
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Yes now I see the video, however like I said I never thought that was the problem. In addition, my first time running a D5 and I only bought the pump therefore not sure how the o-ring when in. I always used the MCP655 which had a bigger O-ring that wen around the pump. Thank you for your help.
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Yes now I see the video, however like I said I never thought that was the problem. In addition, my first time running a D5 and I only bought the pump therefore not sure how the o-ring when in. I always used the MCP655 which had a bigger O-ring that wen around the pump. Thank you for your help.

Happy to help. If you have any other problems just email me and I will get you squared away ASAP =)
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Originally Posted by jincuteguy View Post

Do you have a p icture your system running with the new Modular REservoir System? including the pump? thx. I just can't find anyone that post a picture with their whole system lighting up with the new Monsoon MRS.

Ya its in my pics here is some
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