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Floating ball stuck in Chem-tech 100

The little ball that normally wiggles when the pump is running has stopped moving. How do I get I replace the ball and gasket? There is bleach water in the tank at this time as we'll.

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The cause is the bleach softened the rubber seats enough to make them sticky. The seats are dissolving. disassemble the pump face plate, 4 screws and remove the cartridges top & bottom. Be careful the face plate is very fragile. use a pick to get down to the ceramic ball pick out the seat and either turn it over (first time) or replace it with the viton type that are chlorine resistant. You have 4 seats in the system 1 in the foot valve, 1 in the injection fitting and 2 in the pump.

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