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I just replaced the motor bearing and after putting the whole thing together the water is pouring out of the front

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Replace the mechaical seal and volute o-ring. Parts are available locally or try our website at www.arrowpools.net

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If you check machine without pressure load and without water and still buzz...then the motor has a bearing fault or other fault.
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Put it back together, have a cold one.

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