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 Post subject: Ceramic Bearings
 Post Posted: April 11th, 2017, 11:04 pm 
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Last weekend I picked up a used h220 AIO system for a steal. Guy's words were that he was 'unimpressed' by it, which I thought strange. Coolant was filthy, and the water block filthier. Cycled some water and cleaner through along with a good brushing to get it in shape and all things were looking good to go.

But I just had to take the block/pump assembly apart further to get it that extra bit clean... I guess I moved the pump in just the right way and the top ceramic bearing came off, and fell into a crevice I can't get to. My emotions ranged from disappointment to rage, but I hoped against everything that maybe swiftech offered replacement parts. No luck there either. I'd like to get this loop off the ground and running; do I take out the block pump and put a D5 in the loop? Or is there a way to get a replacement bearing for that model pump?

Your advice and help is much appreciated,

-Devin


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 Post subject: Re: Ceramic Bearings
 Post Posted: May 26th, 2017, 10:23 am 
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Please contact me at Help@Swiftech.com

i will send you information to help solve your problems.

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MAC
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