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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sounds like the impellor is locked. Take this part off and then see if the pump is turning but before you do, some of them have a big screw driver slot in the shaft. If it does, turn it to see if you can free the impellor. I have done this many times and they will continue to work for years after. They just get stuck from rust, etc. and also being frozen a little. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
SOURCE: pool pump is very loud
A loud pump is typically the bearings. You can get a bearing wheel for under $15 at your pool supply store. You should change the seals while you're at it- about $12. It's tricky to remove the impeller. Check Youtube for a nice "howto". You may also want to get a gear removal tool to remove the bearing wheel. Any auto parts store will carry it. To get to the bearing wheel you will need to remove the very long about 10 inch screws (4) from the rear housing. I used a 1 inch pipe to tap the bearing wheel. back on the shaft. Works great now.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
What specifically are you looking for (beside the fact you asked for a diagram)?
It should be setup for 220 Volts ... the only thing inside is a start cap.
Can you tell me more? I maintain 5 2 and 1 1.5 hp such pumps.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
Check all of the following. Ones of these issues is probably causing your pool cleaner to go in circles. Let me know if these soultions don't work and I will be glad to offer more solutions, but I a think one of these might solve your problem:
1. You might not have proper water flow. Too much or too little pressure will cause this to happen. Check the pressure with your flow gauge and adjust if necessary.
2. Check for a partial blockage of the navigator throat. If you have a blockage, it could disrupt the movement of your cleaner. Clear blockage if necessary.
3. Check the shoes and wings. Damage or wear to them can disrupt your patterns of cleaning. If you notice that your shoes or wings are worn, replace them to correct the problem.
4. Check to make sure that your hose is not twisted. It should be clear of kinks, twists, and knots. Untangle if necessary. Laying the hose out in the sun will make it more pliable and easier to untangle if you need to do this.
5. Other things that could cause steering issues: check and clean the rear screen, check to see that the cone gear is is free and rotates smoothly, clean/replace/repair gear box, check pod connection, and check turbine and spindle assembly.
Hope this helps! Let me know if you need clarification or additional help!
Posted on May 20, 2010
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