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- The Doctor
January 5, 2009, 1:27 am
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Re: Electric Pool Pump
If the pump is still connected, I'd guess that something is
jammed in the rotor - a small piece of stone for example.
If not, or you remove the rotor and the motor still doesn't
run, the seal has probably failed and the motor bearing is
rusted shut. If it's bad enough to stop the motor, it's bad
enough to need replacing.
Apart from that, there's a variety of afflictions that are
general motor failures, nothing to do with pool pumps. But
my bet is on the two suggestions above.
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