Question about Hayward SAND FILTER, PRO SERIES
Depending on how close the pump is to the filter, you may be getting tricked and the shaft seal in the pump is leaking. If the bottom of the filter is leaking, it's either the drain plug, which is obvious and you can see it. Or the tank is cracked because it wasn't winterized properly, depending on your situation. There is nothing else underneath that filter that will leak. You need to locate exactly where that water is coming from. If it is the shaft seal in the pump, it is hard to see but look underneath your pump where the plastic housing meets the motor, the shaft seal is in that area, although you can't see it because it is inside the pump, but if it is leaking, that is where you will see it. Need an update after you check that stuff out.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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