Question about Waterway Twm Above Ground Pool Pump and Sand Filter System No 520 1610
I have a waterway filer system on a above ground pool. The 7 way value was leaking out backwash port. Changed the spider gasket still leaked. Purchased new 7 way value system and begins to leak after 10 minutes. Of run time. Help?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Be sure you have connected the motor to the line leads correctly and that the motor is set for the proper line voltage.
A somewhat common problem is that most motors are dual voltage (can be ran on 115 or 230 volt) and come factory set for 230 volts. If you connect it to a 115 volt circuit it will run for a while and then overheat and shut off.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
Yes, you can obtain the impeller separately. Feel free to contact us, or look online for your specific impeller part number.
Posted on Apr 14, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Waterway SVL56
That means that the connection between the motor and the actual centrifugal pump is broken. This is terminal: replacing the broken part will cost you more than the price for a brand new pump. Just cut your losses and replace it.
Posted on Dec 18, 2010
Check to see that the pool pumps mounting is secure. Loose mounting could cause the motor to run loudly. It could be bearings rubbing or a bent shaft. If it is new, this should not have happened. If you check the mounting and feel that it is secure, I would return the pump to an authorized Waterway service agent and let them look to see if the bearings or shaft are damaged. I would do this quickly while you can still return the pump if its defective.
Posted on Apr 26, 2011
you need to vacuum on waste, when the vacuum sucks down on the pool liner it will cause a high vacuum in the filter that will mix up the sand causing some of it to get washed back into the pool. if you vacuum on waste you will avoide this problem also if you have algie in the pool this will remove the algie from the filter system rather then alowing it to grow in the filter.....good luck
Posted on Jul 07, 2011
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