Question about A.O. Smith SQ1102 Pool Pump Motor
On to be so hot you can barely put your hand to it. The motor likely has a thermal shut off device on it. If you see "thermally protected" on the motor nameplate, you are safe. If the motor starts to run louder, you will want to replace the bearings and probably the pump seal to avoid a complete failure down the road.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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