Question about Hayward Pool Products Hayward Super Pump
My old Hayward is about 5 years old and had no problem. Opened the pool this year and found the original pump was getting hot. Found Loose wires in the breaker. Tighten, and found the pump was still getting hot. Figured the windings were fried and repalced with new exact pump. This pump is still geting hot to the touch. All voltage is stable but the Amps are 8.0 recommends 7.3. We have constant voltage to the circuit with no drop, replaced Breakers as well.
If the pump runs hotter than it is engineered for the thermal overload will trip. Most newer pumps run hotter due to design changes. It has a 1 yr warranty let it run.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
Sounds like the wire gauge (thickness) is to small
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Recheck your wire connection on the motor. You likely put both your line wires on the same terminal. If not, try finding a local warranty center for a repair or replacement... http://www.haywardnet.com/locator/
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
Your motor has a thermal protection switch in it the reacts to an overheating condition. Once the motor cools enough it will turn back on. You may be able to have the motor rebuilt for about half the cost of new if it is not damaged to severely. Take it to a local electric motor repair shop for service. If it is damaged beyond repair, you can shop around for a new one. If you would like a quote, contact us at www.arrowpools.net with your pump model number and we can quote it.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
make sure the pump motor is set for 115 volts, it soumds like you have the motor set at the factory 230 v setting and are trying to run it on 115 v look on the motor label it will show you how to set the motor up for 115 v (if the breaker is wide 230 if its skinny like the ones that control your lights its 115v ..if you have ran it for awhile like this you may want to search your area for your local pool pump motor repair guy w/ free testing, because you may have damaged the start capacitor about 20.00 or less fix.if not this can come back to haunt you later,,jay
Posted on Dec 14, 2011
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