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Pond pump trouble

I have a nph 1200 pond pump. I plugged it in. I hear it trying to spin. but nothing is happening. How do i fix it?

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Take it apart and clean it with vinegar, then rinse with plain water. make sure to take the impeller and shaft it's on, out of the little cavity and give that a good wash too.

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Maybe try the CSI approach. Take digial pictures at each step so you can have a reference.

From here, you are on your own. Clean all the rust off the parts. 600 grit sand paper will be needed to clean the motor shaft - it will be rusty and pitted. Just be careful, just take the high spots off.

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