Question about Hayward SAND FILTER, PRO SERIES
This is your motor that hums not your filter, and could be many things. A clog in your pump that has bound up the impeller, a bad capacitor in the motor, bad windings in the motor. Or many other things depending on type and brand of motor and pump.
If you seperate the halfs of the pump and try to start it. If it starts it is something in your pump and you should contiune breaking down the pump and clean it as you go. Make sure while you have it apart you change the seal and "O" rings. If it still does not start it is probally in the motor and if you pull the wires you can probally take the whole thing to your local pool store and have repairs done there. Most good stores will do this for parts and a very minimal service charge if any. I hope this helps but it is hard to say as your problem has very little information.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
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