Question about Plumbing
Logically right. The older one - check it up for stucked
bearings or impeller. But first check the impeller, turn
by hand. To check the impeller is to open the pump end by taking off the bolts that hold it. If you can easily turn tthe impeller by hand, then the main problem is motor winding. It is either grounded or partially burned. It therefore needs rewinding. Send your e-mail for further assistance.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
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