Question about Aqua Flo 1.5 HP Aqua-Flo Pump: 1.5" in/out, Side Discharge, 120V
After several power outages our water pressure has dropped significantly
If you had any blow back when the power went off then the impeller might have spun off the shaft of the motor. If you take it apart the impeller should be almost touching the pump seal plate. It should also be even against it. If it is uneven or has a space behind it you might have to replace it. Also you can check the "O" rings inside the pump to see if your bleeding pressure back to the suction on the pump. I hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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