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post #1 of 9
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I have a MP655 with bitspower top and it wont push water through. I have it hooked up to a spare PSU and running just into a gallon of distilled water so I can get this to work. I made sure that I had the inlet/outlet right.

Pump is set to the 5 setting for the highest pressure. I even filled the top up before connecting the hoses just to see if that would help and nothing
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got the same problem with mine
using my old (still weaker but pumps the water better) Thermaltake BigWater pump+res
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Im going to try it with the stock top now and see if that does anything.

Nope even with the stock top i still get no flow.
Edited by Kortwa - 4/9/11 at 4:07pm
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if it works, then there should be problems with the bitpower mod kits
got both of them to make it shiny
cant try to test it cuz its late (1:00 am) and i dont want to spend hours on it again
post #5 of 9
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I just tested with the stock one and it still doesnt work. I had it running yesterday when I was leak testing with everything outside my case.
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post #6 of 9
i had it running (forgot about this)
but at the last hose there was to much air in it, and i couldnt get it out (even after 2 hours)
tried the old Thermaltake and in 30 minutes no air :s
its really weird
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That is really weird. Mine was running fine in a test loop larger then the one in my case. Dont know what happened to it.
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post #8 of 9
Make sure the top isn't screwed on too tight. It can squeeze the propeller. I had to tighten my just right for it to not be too loose or too tight (stock top).

You need to siphon water through it fully before turning it on when it's the tubes are "open" on both ends. It has not force to suck the water in.

Another thing. I had a 655b once and the solder on one of the power wires cracked off and the wire wasn't making good contact so the pump kept turning off.
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post #9 of 9
about my problem, i put the reservoir on top of the pump and almost no air instantly
so i bought a Bitspower Water Tank Z-Multi 80 and i am selling my Aquacomputer Aquatube G1/4 Black
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