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Hello,

 

I honestly just want you to take my Glacer 240 L back and give me a refund.

 

  • The pump is constantly changing speeds when it's not necessary.
  • It still sounds like there are bubbles in the line weeks after and I have done everything suggested to resolve this.

Thanks,

 

Don

 

 

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world    84

Have you tried getting in contact with support to try to fix the problem?

 

What do you have your pump connected to? If it's connected to your motherboard, I would suggest trying a molex connection instead, since the voltage will be constant then.

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Have you tried getting in contact with support to try to fix the problem?

 

What do you have your pump connected to? If it's connected to your motherboard, I would suggest trying a molex connection instead, since the voltage will be constant then.

 

All good suggestions, yes I have contacted support.  I have it connected to CPU_Fan1 and also the other wire is connected to its own power rail off the power supplier.  I resolved the variable speed problem but the pump cavitates and it sounds like diarrhea for a few seconds and then everything settles down.  

 

The problem is I have tried everything to resolve the potential bubble issue, let it run for a very long time while watching the temps and I just cannot trust it with the noise.  So I put the air cooler back on it. 

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Has support given you any options for replacement? 

 

It's possible you have a defective unit if there are persistent bubbles

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Has support given you any options for replacement? 

 

It's possible you have a defective unit if there are persistent bubbles

 

Not yet, though I expect a response sometime today.

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