Question about Polaris Pb4 - 60 Booster Pump
That click you hear is the pump's breaker, or thermal overload kicking in. After about one minute, the pump has cooled down again.
I believe this type of pump is not self-priming, and therefore, it needs to be primed and purged of air. If it is not a self priming pump, there should be a small plug on top of the pump housing. Remove the plug, and add water from the top opening until the water overflows, and then replace the plug. Or, if when you remove the plug, water comes out the top opening, let it flow for a few seconds, and then replace the plug.Then, turn the pump on.
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Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The motor may be repairable. Check with local electric motor repair shops in your area. The motor may need to be replaced though and if so, we sell it at www.arrowmotor.net
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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