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My Little Giant OPWG-71 after six months of trouble free use has stopped pumping my pond. It comes on, with no obstructions allows water to be pushed through it but won't pump. And yes even when

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Hi don-eyre300.
Double check your suction side of the pump for obstructions if not then it is time to replace your pump...sounds like the impeller and housing is worn beyond repair.
Bud

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I would take the intake hose off the pump and fill it with water and with the pump running I would hokk upthe intake hose.

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