Wfp Set Up Pump

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Taylorvan, Oct 5, 2012.

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  1. Taylorvan

    Taylorvan Member
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    Hi all can any one tell me if my pump is the rite way up? Also I think it may be a bit to high cheers Ben ImageUploadedByTapatalk1349434515.021925.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1349434576.521582.jpg
     
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  2. Neil

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    Its the right way up , mines the other way round haven't had any problems, and my pump is at the top of the tank look at mine, but people say it should be level with the bottom of the tank , as long as u dont get any air blocks u will be fine
     
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    Cool my problem is that when I turn the flow meter on the pump keeps cuting out not shureflo y I carnt get pressure
     
  4. Paul

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    Just try lowering slightly and if it carries on try shortening the intake hose, don't know if this will work but worth a try
     
  5. Neil

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    Yeh like paul said lower it u must have an air block somewhere mate
     
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    Yeh like paul said lower it u must have an air block somewhere mate
     
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    Yeh like paul said lower it u must have an air block somewhere mate
     
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    Maybe add a filter on the pump, you dont want anything getting soaked in there.
     
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    Is your house fitting they type where if its not connected the water wont come out? I had one of these fitted on mine and had the same problem.
     
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