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    Default MCP35X Problem (Deton required)

    Hey guys I actually wanted to surprise visit you with my upcoming Little Devil build, but it seems that have to ruin the surprise with a very annoying problem.

    I have recently bought a MCP35X, which I set up in a little test loop.
    There is no air in the loop and it was fully bled, the pump is making a damaged mechanical noise.
    Last edited by Kung Pow; 08-01-2013 at 05:03.

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    Default Re: MCP35X Problem (Deton required)

    Sound Clip??

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    Default Re: MCP35X Problem (Deton required)

    A little test loop?
    Pics of loop please.

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    Default Re: MCP35X Problem (Deton required)

    Quote Originally Posted by Kung Pow View Post
    Hey guys I actually wanted to surprise visit you with my upcoming Little Devil build, but it seems that have to ruin the surprise with a very annoying problem.

    I have recently bought a MCP35X, which I set up in a little test loop.
    I am assuming that there is air in the loop(but I can´t see bubbles), since it is very small and there is a vortex in the resevoir, still the pump is my opinion making damage noise.
    lets see a pic of that test loop with reservoir and pump please and what type of noise are you hearing?

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    Default Re: MCP35X Problem (Deton required)

    Here I have uploaded a video of my test loop with two 480 rads.
    The sound is clearly mechanical, I presume the impeller housing got damaged during shipping.
    Last edited by Kung Pow; 09-01-2013 at 05:42.

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    Default Re: MCP35X Problem (Deton required)

    have you tried tilting the pump around while its running? does the sound go away or become less audible when tilted in a certain position?

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    Default Re: MCP35X Problem (Deton required)

    There are no moving mechanical part inside the pump, the impeller head moves by magnetic field. Try to lift the pump off the table, the towel you put under neath the pump, eventually will kill your pump if you test it long period of time.

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