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Even without the receipt, if you know the purchases date and vendor you may be able to get warranty support.
Your best bet is:
One tip: remember that if you purchased the equipment with a credit card, you almost certainly have a warranty extension benefit on the card - usually double the warranty period up to one year. Check with your credit card provider or look up the benefits booklet they provide when they issue a new card and on their website. If that applies, you have an additional step which is to check the warranty expiration date and then contact the credit card provider's warranty extension service who will advise how to make the claim.
If you want more information or advice on how to test, we'll need the make, model and serial number of the equipment and a brief description of the setup.
Hope this helps and let's hope you can do this through warranty so that you don't have to choose new equipment ;)
Posted on May 15, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would take the intake hose off the pump and fill it with water and with the pump running I would hokk upthe intake hose.
I also would if possible have the pump lower than the pond.
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
Will the Gound fault socket (outlet) support the current rating of the pump
is the outlet wired correctly where the return wire is in the correct spot and the high and ground is correct not switched around?
Does the pump run in a standard outlet?
Test it with a heavy duty extention cord if no standard outlet socket is nearby?
Is the pump shaft dragging putting an un necessary load on the motor?
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
Sounds like there are too many things running on the same breaker. Try unplugging some of the other things on that breaker.
Posted on Oct 25, 2012
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