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Noise sounds like sucking air when starts, if you turn water on the tap the sound stops. does this trew out the cycle

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Have a look to make sure something has not fallen into the pump assembly, sometimes a hard piece ( like a pit ) or small utensil can fall into the pump and make a grinding style of a noise.


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