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My pump is very noisy and the jet power is reduced.

It sounds like the intake area is where the noise is coming from

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  • jillyp949 Feb 28, 2009

    my pond pump works well for about 1/2 hour, after that the flow of water in the waterfall reduces to about 1/2 the normal flow. Pump sounds a bit louder than ordinary. I've checked the impeller & water level. What can it be?



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Sounds like you got a stick or rock in it. If not, the pump impellers and shift are bad and need replacing.

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