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I have a Mac 130 portable air con. After a long break the water pump is not pumping. The water is only removed through the continuous drain at the bottom of the appliance.


Swamp or evaporative coolers as they are called are simple to repair, take the pump out and see if it is turning.They get a lot of corrosion and stick

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What's the difference about swamps and marshes


A swamp is a place where the plants that make up the area covered in water are primarily woody plants or trees. Woody plants would be mangroves or cypress trees.
A marsh, on the other hand, is defined as having no woody plants. The non-woody plants would be saltmarsh grasses, reeds, or sedges. Also, marshes are typically not as deep as swamps.

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http://beachchairscientist.com/2010/09/13/what-is-the-difference-between-a-swamp-and-a-marsh/

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A swamp cooler PUMP is not really model specific. They are basically small submersible pumps. Contact ANY swamp cooler dealer in LV, tell them you have a 4500 CFM unit and need a pump.
The pump part number for this size cooler is: PN 110436 (there are several alternates)

Contact these folks and tell them what you need:
National Cooler ' Swamp Cooler
3046 Vegas Dr.Suite 1
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(702) 638-8800

If they can not help you... just look under cooling and air-conditioning in the yellow pages and find a dealer near you. This pump is common to nearly every brand in LV. You can most likely buy one at the local home depot, menards, or lowes.
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