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My pump is making a noise that I am trying to get rid of. I added the oil to the top of the pump (is this correct)? I have been trying to get rid of this noise for three days..please help

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  • jhhay May 11, 2010

    Have you checked the coupler in the housing between the motor and the circulator? If not, take a look in there with the motor running and off, to see that all the springs and things are in place.

    If the pitch of the noise did not change when you added oil to the fill caps, then I would suspect the coupler.


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You should call and contact Bell & Gossett .(847)966-3700 Address: 8200 N. Austin Av. Morton Grove,IL 60053. Ask them that if the part no # 103400 Price $260 fits for your pump Good luck.

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