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OASE fountain pump fluctuates height every other day.

My OASE fountain pump fluctuates height every other day. Day 1 it will be normal 3 inch height out of top of fountain. Day 2 it will shoot up 12 inches and arch to the side. If I turn off power and turn back on, it's normal. If I cycle power again, too high and arching. I can do this over and over. Are there two speeds withthis thing. Why does cycling the power change the motor? It is model OASE SP 500 G

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No there is not 2 speeds. That model is asychronous so power fluctuations can affect pumping. How clean is the plug end and how dry is the receptacle? Is there is chance a extension cord is used [code violation almost everywhere] in this hookup? Perhaps it's just debris circulation and restricting intake?

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