Question about Plumbing
1.Open the priming port plug of the pump, fill it to full level with water.
2.Close the priming port with the plug.
3.Set the flow control valve to full close position.
4.Start the pump, and slowly open the control valve to appropriate level, such that the pump will not loose prime.(no more water going out).
5. If nothing happen, disassemble the pumpend and check if the impeller is still Okey., If damaged, replace the damage impeller
6. Assemble the pump and reinstall to its' location.
7. Do, Step 1 to 4.
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