iamchairs Posted July 3, 2013 Share Posted July 3, 2013 I can't figure out if I'm doing something wrong or if it's bugged. So I'm trying to make an oil rig to pump oil from a gyser. I put a pump just above the gyser and I'm going to pump it to some tanks. I also want to pump some of it to a refinery and pump that to my engines so the rig works autonomously. The pump I've got wooden waterproof pipes connected to the pump and cobblestone waterproof pipes going from the pump to the tank and the refinery. It's connected to a stone conductive pipe. The refinery I've got a wooden waterproof pipe connected to the refinery (opposite the pipe connecting to the pump) and cobblestone waterproof pipes connecting to each engine and a tank on the side so the excess fuel goes to the tank. It's connected to a stone conductive pipe. There is also a redstone engine connected to the wooden waterproof pipe (I guess I need this to pump the fuel out of the refinery) The engines I've got 3 combustion engines all on switches to turn on and off. They are connected to a wooden conductive pipes and the wooden conductive pipes are connected to stone conductive pipes going to the pump and the refinery. When I turn the engines on they are inconsistent in their behavior. 1. Sometimes they start moving but no electricity flows. 2. Sometimes they don't move at all, no electricity flows, but after a while they start heating up and I turn them off. 3. Sometimes they start moving and one starts conducting electricity. I usually have to remove all the conductive pipes and put them back in in the same configuration to get them all to conduct electricity. I've considered they may be working but it's a graphical bug- however if I leave it for going for a while (nothing moves) they will all heat up and my fuel tank doesn't get any fuller. What on earth is going on? In the screenshot the pump is gone because I'm just trying to debug this one piece. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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