Symphony Mini tower dissassembly ( or how to unscrew the pumps?)
I have to replace one of the Symphony Mini water pump but I don't know how to disassemble the tower. No way to register to thermaltake forums, I found one post exactly describing my problem though: http://forum.thermaltake.com/viewtopic.php?p=7922&sid=42b1e97c7dc08fd74a20fd8922f0c168
I tried disassembling the system to reach to the dead pump so that I can pull it out and replace it with a new pump .
Half way through there was absolutely no way to unscrew the pumps. I unscrewed the base of the system and reached the area where pumps are loacted. The problem is that both pumps are screwed to the body of the system wich is a big cast of Alu. There are screws there but no way to reach them at all unless I cut the body of the Symphony where the pumps are located.
Any tips on how to dismantle the pumps off the Symphony Cooling kit are highly appreciated.
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