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How do you prime it?


Hi Tom:
Priming is essentially the action of getting the air out so that the pump can push water. Sometimes there is a plug at the top of the pump. If you remove it, either air and then water will come out, or nothing comes out and you can see no water inside. Fill it with water, put the plug back in, and it should work. If the pump is higher than the water level in the pool you will have a bigger task.
We'll cross that bridge if we need to.

Apr 09, 2015 | Pool & Spa

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I have a bunn CW series brewer. I filled the reserve with water and allowed to get hot. I then add additional water (1 glass pot) and it just starts to dispense without me hitting the "start" button. I...


The brewer is on a gravity feed system, after the initial fill, whatever you put in is what comes out. as for the start button check the water connection on the back, there might be a problem with the solenoid.

May 11, 2014 | Bunn CW 15-APS Coffee Maker

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Hayward Power Flo LX Is there supposed to be water in the strainer basket during operation


Yes, absolutely, no air at all! You should not see bubbles in the pot. If you do, then there is an air suction leak.

Note: many people they have a problem when they actually don't. When the pump is operating efficiently & properly, "Solid" water in the pot/basket area, it will look like the pump has NO water. But if you see Pressure showing on the pressure gauge or water being moved through the inlet jet fitting, then you know the pump is working, you have no problem.

If you actually do not have water in the pot, then you need to prime the pump.

Jan 26, 2014 | Pool & Spa

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I have an air leak in intake line


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What do I do if my pool/spa pump is loosing suction or prime?

Answer: by Osko Pool n Spa Pool Pump Losing Suction or Prime If your Swimming Pools Filter system looses Prime, it is caused by one of the following conditions.
Note: The lost of suction/prime is caused a leak which in turn sucks air into the system. The lost of suction/prime will be anywhere from the Main Pool Skimmer(s) to the Pool Pump. It will NOT be from the Pool Pump to the Pools Main Return(s).
1) First make sure that your water level is high enough so that the skimmer is not sucking air.
2) Check the Pump Pot Housing Lid Seal and be certain that its completely sealing and is not
Sucking air into the system. Check the lid for cracks. If either condition is true, replace the Pump Pot Lid Seal and/or entire lid
3) Check all fittings, clamps and hoses from the pools skimmer to the Pools Pump Pot Housing for wear, tightness and leaks.
4) Check Pool Pump Pot Housing for cracks.
If everything aforementioned in good working order, the next thing to check is the Pump Pot Housing Main Seal and the Pumps Impeller and finally the pump.

5) While the Pool Pump Motor is running, carefully inspect the area where the Pump Pot Housing attaches to the Pump Motor. See if there is any water leaking. Next, spray the area with water and see if the water is sucked into the Housing. If so, your Main Seal is damaged.
6) Disassemble the front half of the Pump Pot Housing from the back half and inspect the Pump Motor Impeller. (This is a high suspect part). See if there is any sign of wear or breakage. (This happens over time from debris in the water passing over the impeller). If so, your Impeller is damaged.
7) Re-inspect the Pump Pot Housing Main Seal by standing the partially disassembled upright, with the Pump Motor towards the ground. Pour water over the impeller and into the cavity. See if the water leaks thru to the outside of the Pump Pot Housing. If so, your Main Seal is damaged.
8) Remove the cover from the rear of the Pump Motor. Using a large standard blade, (straight), screwdriver or wrench... turn the main motor shaft. Listen for grinding and/or rumbling and feel for any restrictions while turning. If you hear or feel either, your bearings and/or brushes are damaged.
If everything seems to be in good working order, then you need a new pump... not just replacement parts
For more FREE DIY Faqs, go to:http://www.oskopoolnspa.com/index.php?main_page=faqs_all

For more FREE DIY Faqs, go to:
http://www.oskopoolnspa.com/index.php?main_page=faqs_all

Aug 18, 2013 | Hayward SAND FILTER, PRO SERIES

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I replaced CVA-24 VALVE....now when I turn on pool filter no water being pulled through..no water being pulled through to pump


Your pump has probably lost its prime. This is either because it got too much air or not enough water. Try priming. This should make your pump start working again. Any time pool pumps have to be services, they need to be re-primed. In case you are not sure how, remove the pot lid and fill the pot with water. Re-add and clamp the pot lid. Open the air release valve on the filter and stand clear. Turn on switch or time clock. When water comes out of the air release valve, close the valve. If it is a two speed pump, make sure it is on high speed.

Aug 20, 2010 | Pentair 3hp Whisperflo Pool Pump In -...

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The Bunn CW Series overflows the pot. How canwe


Open the front panel, there is a set of instructions on it, you will have to make sure the board is set to program and not lock, before you adjust.

Aug 14, 2009 | Bunn NHB Coffee Maker

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Panasonic casette air conditioner-display error temp 'CHECK'


Check that your water pump is working and not blocked up as the unit will keep swicthing off if it can not get rid of the water.

Nov 24, 2008 | Panasonic CW-C60RU Air Conditioner

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Pumping more water out than what i put in


This coffee maker uses a resevoir tank system - the water you pour in pushes out water that is already heated - the water you pour in won't actually be used for that pot of coffee! For that reason you should only use full pitchers when filling. You may need to cycle through 2 or 3 fillings before the input matches the output once more. The capacity of the resevoir is about 3 pitchers; you can brew 2 pots in a row before the machine needs a break to bring the resevoir back up to temperature.

Nov 12, 2008 | Bunn VPR Coffee Maker

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