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Not working After some minor in-house flooding, the 75R was in 3 in of water, the unit has stopped working. What would be a few items to check?

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Check all wiring connections in the affected area for corosion or broken wiring. if i'm not mistaken the temp control may be in the rear unit compartment as well so if wiring and connectors are ok, it poss the cntrl is bad

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If this does not work you will have to take the unit apart dis-assemble the unloader / bypass vavle on the output side of the pump and remove the corrosion on the spring and the housing.

Once your done cleaning up the bypass unloader valve before you put it back in the housing place a liberal amount of Lubriplate #105 White Grease on the spring and inside the housing on the mating surfaces. (#105 white grease is available at any Auto Parts store. It is in a 3 - 5 oz plastic tube)

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