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Sir, Is there a drain plug at the base of the pump? I have a strong leak around where the "broken" drain plug is permitting water to leak around the threads in the housing--is this possible? Please advise how to repair . Thank you for your time and consideration. James Prunty cap@egyptian.net

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Not too familiar with that exact pump, but pretty much all pumps have a drain plug on the front or side of the pot, and also in the impeller housing. these allow pumps to be drained for winter storage to prevent freezing. you should be able to get a replacement from the local pool supply store. there should also be an o-ring that actually allows the plug to seal. sometimes you can replaces this sometimes it's just easier to replace the whole plug

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