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Old 04-06-08, 03:13 AM Thread Starter   #1
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qusetion about t placement


my question is can your t be to close to your pump like i have my t right before my pump in and it seams to suck some of the water out of the t but not that much but could the t be to close to the pump. in the picture the red is where the pump it at

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It's fine where it is. I found that it is better to have t line little bit further from pump inlet for bleeding air out.

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Ok thanks i thought it was fine it just seemed to suck some water out of the t line so i wasn't sure.

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