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When reassembling the grids place the manifold upside down on a five gal. bucket. Then assemble that way, this will hold the grids stable and make that part much easier.
When that is done and in place. Lightly grease the tank "O" ring. Then run the pump to fill the bottom of the filter with water. With the air bleed closed set the top and lightly push down. As the water inside runs back to the pool the suction created will pull the top down tight. Then just set the ring and tighten.

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Open following link for illustration to make sure we are talking about same thing.
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If this is not your problem, then add a comment with in-focus photo of your problem posted on Flickr. You photo will give me clear view of the problem.

The connector ring has 3 metal loops that stick out.
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