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I have everything connected.
How do I prep the pump so it starts its cycle?

When I turn it on it jumps like theres psi coming but nothing is there.
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Do you have fluid in the system? Fill till gravity runs out then start bumping the power for the pump till it draws the fluid thru. If it won't, then you have to crack a hose on the outlet side of the loop to let the air out. Try not to run the pump dry as it will burn out after not to long.
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Chopes, I have the exact same pump. Fill it up until you have it ~2-4 feet of inlet tube with water in it, then turn the pump on. It should begin to suck it through. Before it runs dry, shut it off, fill some more, etc.
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