Question about Pool & Spa
Sometimes pump when manually switched on will only have a buzzing sound, other times will operate as per timing clock
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The common cause of the problem that you related.
Is the FUEL PUMP RELAY " Called MAIN RELAY.
Is located : left side under the dash.
Is a BIG relay gray colour. with a connector of 7 or 8 wires.
I recomend replace the relay.
And letme know if you solve your problem.
I hope this information work on your problem.
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Posted on Jul 25, 2008
I don't know how you could have got it into diagnostics mode by accident - - but here's how it goes . Hit the power button until there is NO display . Unplug and wait a minimum of 30 seconds , plug back in and within 30 seconds hit SIGNAL button then DELAY START button then SIGNAL button again then DELAY START button again. door should lock and display t01 It is now in test mode . There are 14 different test it can run through in this mode , but all we are trying to do is check for error codes now and maybe get you back to normal, So turn the knob one click clockwise and hit the START/PAUSE button and see if any error codes come up. To exit the diagnostic mode - hit signal button then delay start button then signal button then delay start button and you are out of service test mode and back to normal
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
SOURCE: loud Buzzing noise
Sounds like something may have got past your filter and is touching the main pump impeller eg piece of broken glass or piece of plastic.I,ve even seen a spoon touching the impeller. You may have to take the bottom off the machine and remove the pump if you can,t see anything under the filter,Hope this helps. Regards Stefan.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
The motor-start capacitor is bad. This is a very common problem. It can be easily and cheaply fixed by replacing the capacitor. Replacements are usually less than $10.
See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZEIv5ClLqXg for a step=by=step guide.
When you have the capacitor in hand, check the model# which is printed on it. Alternatively, you can Google the motor brand & model to find the parts list which will identify the right one. Then Google the part number, to find a seller.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
Either the start capacitor, start switch or winding, or perhaps some combination of the three is failing. You can take it to a local electric motor repair shop and see if it can be repaired or get a cost to replace just the motor and probably the pump seal. You would still save money compared to the cost of a whole new pump.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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