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It is possible that the housing for the water pump has corroded and the new(hopefully) gasket is unable to seal off properly. Water pumps have a bleed hole underneath before the bearing so that in the event of the seal leaking the water will run out and not affect the bearing. May be the housing was not cleaned properly and a piece of old gasket is preventing the new gasket for fitting properly. If you have doubts that he did the job go back and front him to get the job done properly. Remember that in future the replaced part is yours and you have rights in law to take the old part home with you to prove it was changed.
Could be a problem with the radiator its self, or you have a blockage in the hose coming from the radiator to the thermastat. You might also check the hose from the radiator to the water pump or the water pump its self.
the problem may be the water pump,as you have changed everything else that is all it can be,but before you replace it check the bottom radiator hose to make sure it has not gone soft, sometimes when this happens the bottom hose will flatten when the engine is reving not letting the water circulate.......hope this helps..........cheers
thermistate housing is the place you refer to it fuction is to hold a thermastate to open and close water flow at 150 to 190 degree according to car spectif the thermaste sticks it causes overheating and can blow the thermastate gasget, the tole cost is about 30$ at most for the thermastate and gasget...now many other things can cause a car to over heat and cause a hose leak and somtimes it is simple to just tighten the hiose clamp at the thrmastate and problem sovled see a water leak causes the radiator to lose presure and thus with out a sealed tight water cooling system the boiling point of water is lower and thus the car over heats when in doubt stop by the local gas station and have a tech take a quick look as it could be simple as the hose clamp difficult as a therm,astate but do not let it go to warp a head gasket as this blown headgasket is what is the end results of running a car to hot