Question about Saniflo SaniGrind Macerator Pump Tank
First check if the pump get power. I presume your pump is 12V DC. If you have a dc tong tester that is one way.Or disconnect the motor and reconnect directly to a battery. Then a more crude way to test is to take one lead off and touch it together again. If your pump is stuck but the motor is still o.k. you will get a reasonable spark. No spark: your motor brushes are worn out or your motor is toast. You have a spark your pump is stuck with debris. Try to run it reverse(reverse the power leads) and or clean it out. You can see the cutter knifes from the intake end and should be able to turn them with a screw driver. New pumps on ebay: I paid $125
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
Hi, these pumps do need periodic maintenance. If you are confident take the top off and clean all the slush out from the inside. If this dosn't work unfortunately you will need it professionally serviced. Its a good idea with these, to flush them through with clean water once every month.
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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