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Runs fine in low speed on & off rapidly in high speed

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By saying this are you sure the motor is turning on/off ? or could it be that water discharge seems on/off , because this could be a pump condition called CAVITATION this is a condition when pump is turning so fast that water doesn't have time to reflood the pumps impeller and at outlet seems like the water is going on/off makes a bit more noise and foam as well due to water smashing into it's self over and over , most cavitation's are caused by a restriction in the inlet line to pump but can be also a indication of a pump head wearing down too , takes a exp pool tech to know the difference , if the motor is truly turning on/off fastly ck your electric connections to be sure there tight !! other than that its all done by the controller boards and those you can only replace , theres nothing to "fix" on them

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