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Sand filter overheats

It'll run for about 30 min, then it overheats and shuts off. After I turn it off and let it sit for awhile it comes back on

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Your pump shaft must be tight to turn , this could be caused by improper pump off season storage/or normal worn out or your sand charge is getting thru the filter , either one spells disaster for pump

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