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My guess is that they cross threaded the damn thing, which put more pressure on one side of the pump flange, that then squirreled the o ring out of place on the opposite side because there isn't any clamping force against the flange to hold it against the delrin.


Luna, take a good pic from the side so you can see if the motor sleeve is slightly cockeyed where it screws into the res.

If it's crossed or over tightened to where it ripped the delrin, you may need a rubber strap wrench to undo it.


Darlene

Hmm doesn't appear to be..




Ignore the BP fitting that's where I was filling it from and used that as a temp cap.
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There's no set screws here?

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There's no set screws here?


No I removed them, they hold the cap that the wires go through. That was in this photo.



Though in the above photos it's removed, there are 2 very TINY screws though.
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My guess is that they cross threaded the damn thing, which put more pressure on one side of the pump flange, that then squirreled the o ring out of place on the opposite side because there isn't any clamping force against the flange to hold it against the delrin.


Luna, take a good pic from the side so you can see if the motor sleeve is slightly cockeyed where it screws into the res.

If it's crossed or over tightened to where it ripped the delrin, you may need a rubber strap wrench to undo it.


Darlene

Hmm doesn't appear to be..
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Ignore the BP fitting that's where I was filling it from and used that as a temp cap.


It looks good, for as much as you can tell from pics.

Gotta wonder how they got it so farkin' tight though, sheeeesh.

wonder if they used a strap wrench or a minimum wage gorilla?


Did you try using a leather belt with vise grips to unscrew it?


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It looks good, for as much as you can tell from pics.

Gotta wonder how they got it so farkin' tight though, sheeeesh.


Did you try using a leather belt with vise grips to unscrew it?


Darlene

I'll try that, currently have the manager from FCPU on the line as well.
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I'll try that, currently have the manager from FCPU on the line as well.

Nice, ask him about those XSPC temp displays while you got him, lol. I need to know if the temp sensors are interchangeable! thumb.gif
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Nice, ask him about those XSPC temp displays while you got him, lol. I need to know if the temp sensors are interchangeable! thumb.gif

Which , he's gonna call me back they're gonna see what they can do, and no go on the belt, it's like this thing is one w/ the res. Pulled so hard I ripped skin.
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Threadlocked maybe?

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Exactly this.

Air>Water for testing.

If you have a slow leak then use some diluted dish soap and a q-tip,run it round any joins and leaks form bubbles. Easy.

This is a no brainer.Exactly what plumbers do before they fill.

I know,I was one.

I went thru airtesting in this thread about 8-9 months ago,its just better that way.
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I just wanna say - I love this thread. I follow it religiously. I have learned so much and although I won't be doing anything to my system anytime soon I love to see what new things y'all come up with. Thanks for all the great posts.
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Threadlocked maybe?

It's beginning to sound like locktite red, lol . . .

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