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I have 2 of these pumps.. one doesn't pump anymore... it is not clogged it just doesn't siphon up. Is there a replacement part? This is installed with a long neck for extra thick granite undermount sink... thanks for the response

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No there is not a part you can buy,you must replace the whole unit.

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