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The unit is vibrating and too noisy only been in 7 wks

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Could be a bad installation or the motor might be tilted and not sitting straight inside the pump casing. Disconect the discharge pipe and vent pipe and drain the pump into a bucket, check if it makes a different, if it does then the problem might be on the drain pipe. Also you might want to open the lid and remove the motor with pressure chamber and make sure is sitting straight inside the pump casing.

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