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Hi fferrari450
You possibly have an airleak in the suction pipe or maybe the mechanical seal of the pump.
Check the discharge of the pump as close to the pump as possible and see if there is air in the stream of water being discharged.
Go to the following webpage and you can see the flow and pressure chart for this pump.
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