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Just changed the impeller on my 2012 Yamaha 90hp outboard, but no water coming out of the tell tale. what could be wrong?

howd the pump drive shaft nib look when you replaced the old one ??? if it was worn round and not "D" shaped it wont drive the new pump

Aug 12, 2016 | Boating

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Impeller on the water pump is probably worn. I would replace it.

Feb 03, 2011 | 2003 Hyundai Tiburon

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Bauknecht washing machine WAK 1400 ex. Loud rattle in drain pump, but clean filter and no blockage. Impeller looks OK, spins fine dry. No odd sounds from motor without impeller. Is there a guide for the...

Have the drain pump connected off line and tested, if there is the nosie then open and clean well try to back flush by using a water from the reverse direction.
If the noise has susbsided then reconnect to cirruit and test with load.
If there is play in the impeller it can makea noise , you remove and grease the shaft to set it in, if noise is absent then might need to put in worn bearings.

Sep 19, 2010 | Washing Machines

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What is the possible response to a 1991 Toyota Corolla that has the tendency to overheat. Gaskets are new and it just had repair work done within the last two days. Sensor has been changed. Timing has been...

You either need a new thermostat or the water pump impeller is worn out,this is if the rad fan is working,if the rad fan is not working then you likely need a coolant sensor or a rad fan relay.the water pump impeller is not a serviceable part ,so of it is worn you will need to replace the pump.

Sep 04, 2010 | 1991 Toyota Corolla

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Idles funny cuts off . overheats no real water

Probably a worn out or burned up water pump impeller. They need to be changed every 2 seasons generally.

Aug 09, 2009 | Boating

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Plastic impellers and pump cases are great for circulation applications but tend to wear out in pressure and or dirty water applications. The space between the impeller and case gets larger as it wears until the pump just circulates water inside the case.
Pump selection is dependent on applications, with pressure, volume, suction, temperture and fluid to be pumped only a few of the considerations.
Check for restricted suction strainer and hose first, then look at discharge side for kinked hoses and other obstructions. Then open case and look for worn impeller and volutes, occasionally there will be something lodged in the impeller like string or plastic film. Replacing the impeller alone if badly worne may help but won't bring the pressure back to new pump specs, you will need to replace the volute or case too if they are combined.
I use cast iron pumps for pumping silt laden irrigation water and have to rebuild them every 5-6 years, My suction head is 3' and head pressure is 35 psi. frankly I expected better life from cast iron but have to take what I can get.

Aug 08, 2009 | AO Smith Plumbing

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I have versa gold submersible pump, it works intermittently. There is enough water in the pond and it is submerged

Intermittent running usually points to intake or impeller obstruction. Remove the impeller screen and cover, inspect the impeller, the screen the discharge exit point for debris. Unlike other brands the impeller is not replaceable if worn or damaged.

Jan 25, 2009 | NEC Versa Gold Submersible Pump

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