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It seems to me you may have a very lean air/fuel mixture so when you open the throttle for more air there is no corresponding fuel coming to give you enough power.
My first port of call would be the fuel filter. It may be clogged as you rightly point out. If there is no engine check light on that will iliminate the sensors. I'm sure you would have noticed fuel leaks though what would seem like very high fuel consumption so what remain is the pump.
Some garages may have a fuel pressure gauge to check the pressure but it's a lot cheaper just to replace the fuel pump. The old pump may sometimes have intermittent failure which a pressure gauge may not pick up.
Place the end of the air hose nozzle from the pump on the tire valve. Flip the lever on the side of the air nozzle straight up to lock the nozzle to the tire valve.
Hold the cylinder in one hand. Grab the end of the pump by its handle. If the handle flips up, flip it up and turn it sideways and let the handle slip into your palm. The stem of the handle should be extended between your middle finger and your ring finger.
Pull the handle straight out. You will hear a slight hiss as the air is pulled into the bottom cylinder and air is expelled out down the hose at the same time.
Push down on the handle to expel the air into the hose from the bottom of the cylinder. Continue pushing and pulling up on the handle as you hold the pump in your hands until the tire is firm to the touch. Remove the air nozzle from the tire valve.
Place a tire-pressure gauge on the valve to check the pressure. Continue pumping and checking the tire to inflate it to the recommended pressure that is marked on the side of the tire.
If the inlet strainer gets air in it, the pump will lose prime. Fill the inlet strainer basket with water, make sure the cover is on air tight. Start the pump and watch the inlet strainer, the amount of air trapped should not increase, if it does, you have a leak somewhere on the piping between the pool and the pump.
Two issues can be present and might also point to the control board. The pressure pump and the drain pump is not working which has resulted in the inefficiency washing and draining.
so check on the power to these pumps to confirm if the pump is faulty or the controller unit is faulty.
priming means: fill the pump and hose completely with the fluid you intend to pump start to turn the pump until all air is expelled and liquid comes out of the pump before you put it in the barrel and, start to use it; this must be done; so, that air is removed because the air can not be pumped and will prevent the pump from working.
I would check you oil pressure with a manual gauge....It has a saftey devise built in the system. If you don't have so much oil pressure the pump will shut down....Hope this helps you figgure it out !!
you have an air leak where is getting this air from wll is fron the 3/4 inch line in front of the pump the line goin in this line is loose but don't try to cut the pipe and put more teflon tape because this pipe got hot and now it won't fee tied is always better to replaced I was a pool techinicial in california now I have move to Georgia so I know this verrywell