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Laing D5 Disassembly?

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I'm trying to put the D5 pump into an XSPC pump/res combo bay. XSPC instructions say "Disassemble the D5 pump by unscrewing the circular bracket anticlockwise."

I took 4 screws out and was able to get the metal bracket off, but it looks like I'm supposed to get the giant plastic gear shaped piece off also.. I've been twisting it, but it doesn't want to come off.. Is there another screw somewhere that I'm missing or do I just need to use more force?

Thanks.

Edit: Ugh, stupid me, I was trying to unscrew the pump from the gear shaped piece of plastic.. Grabbed the gear shaped piece of plastic and the output nozzle and twisted them and it came right off..

Nevermind...
Edited by Sidicas - 12/28/10 at 2:39pm
post #2 of 3
Nope, just continue twisting that piece. Takes a bit of force, but it should come off.
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post #3 of 3
Yup just keep going. It'll come off eventually.
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