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Overheating pump why would the pump overheat at a pressure setting of 170 bar

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Hi jan
Sounds like you have an air leak on the suction side of the pump...if air gets into the impeller and hoiusing it will cause the pump not to pump properly and heat up as you describe.
Bud

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