I just installed the hardware in the kandolf case and everything seems fine except that the liquid is not going all the way through the loop. The pump seems to be working because I have a flow meter in between the pump and the cpu waterblock. The flow meter would move a little bit upon system startup but would not cycle like it should. Similarly, the flow meter would move a bit upon system shut down. Do I have a defective pump? I touched the pump when it's operating and it doesn't seem to be vibrating like the manual says it should. Is it the pump or did I do a poor job putting it together? I followed the instruction......please help.
I see a large bubble in the tube and it does not move. I added fluid but the bubble does not move. Fluid not moving in tubes
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From experience from a 05 Cadillac Deville that my pops had when he couldn't turn the car off for him be able to remove the key from the ignition, we found out that one of the transmission sensor that control the gearbox had went bad causing the transmission to malfunction. That sensor is more likely the answer to your problem. Dealer charge $500 to replace, if not more. Hope this will help you out..
check your front penal conecation for front pwoer switch u will get problem solve still your not able to slove then you have to change the front penal hardware
find link for penal wiring on board
I haven't heard that radio shack manufactures their own harddrives, I suggest that this they just distribute it from some manufacturer in Asia somewhere, where most of that stuff comes from.
If I were in your place, I wouldn't risk getting any nasty surprises somewhere down the road and would simply do as the manual suggests. You never know exactly when some problem might come up that actually needs more juice for the drive to use. If you want to find out more information about the drive, look in your hardware manager and find out exactly how it is identified, then use that information and surf the web looking for that model. Often you'll find someone that will give you a clue that this model is identical to a model from a certain other manufacturer from which you can get a manual or better hardware description.
Follow the manual that came with the mother board. If you don't have t one go to the website of the companyt that made the mother board(or computer) If you cannot find it, tell us the make and model and we wil try to find it for you.
Everyone-I had this same problem, and I realize this thread is a couple years old now, but for anyone reading this from now on-
YOUR PUMP IS FINE. When you first go to prime the system you are getting air trapped, most likely in the radiator where you can't see, and gravity is stopping it from clearing out.
You most likely have the case upright for adding more liquid. Once you've added all you can:
TURN THE CASE ON ITS SIDE. This will put the tank reservoir higher than everything and the liquid will push through and the air will end up here as it should. Once you hear it sucking, turn it off, pull it up right, add more liquid. Rinse and repeat til all bubbles are gone and all sucking sounds cease.
I fought this for a whole afternoon. Threads all over the internet said nothing, til I looked on the reviews on newegg. God bless those guys, about 3 different people said to try this and it worked like a charm. Thermaltake should pull their heads out of their butts and put this in the manual.
you have to take the front of the case off. Every case is different, there may be clips you have to push in to release the front or there may be screws. once the front is off look for the power switch and glue it back into the switch slot. originally it was probably glued in with hot glue.