12-11-2010, 11:49 AM
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If you primed it, then thats probably your problem. The easy fix is unplug it and with it still hooked up to the tank pop on or two of the main clamps that hold the pump to the canister part. But when you do this apply steady pressure to the pump to keep it sealed. Slowly let off on it and you should hear a hissing sound when the air starts escaping out of the main O-ring seal. Just let it do this till it makes different noises and water starts trickling out. Then just apply more pressure on the top to stop it and put the clamps back on. It will still make noise initially and bubble since some will still be in the lines, but should be much better a hour later. If not repeat. I've never had a issue with mine getting air in from the hoses, if anything it would leak out there.