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HOW DO I TEST FOR 220 AC POWER ?

MY HOUSE WATER PUMP ISNT WORKING SO IM TRYING TO TEST TO SEE IF ITS GETTING POWER

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The only way to test would be with a voltage meter.

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  3. loosen off power steering pump tension if applicable
  4. Same with AC if needed
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  6. remove belts shared by water pump pulley
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