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Pump won't stay on consistently

My pump doesn't pump consistently. it pumps intermittently. if i disconnect the hose and plug it in it stays on. is the switch bad?

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I assume the hose had something on the end of it? Nozzle? The pump has a pressure sensitive switch to protect it.

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