Question about Garden
A pump that was installed 2 yrs ago has recently shown signs of decreased flow. All piping and pump function was checked and running, but when hooked back up to flex hose better but not full flow was visible. Do pumps lose strength after awhile? Or don't' they just die.
No they just stop, if your loosing flow it is from a block usually in the suction or quite often in the front of the pump the impeller will fill with stuff. A probe like a screwdriver and a set of needlenose pliers will fix this if you go in through the front of the pump.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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