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Find your main suction line and be sure it is clear. Also be sure their is no false rocks or sumps to hide the pump. When you get to the pump if it is under water make sure it is clear and not air locked. If under the pond be sure it is clear of dirt and you will need to take apart to check the impeller. Before you do these things check all power in and out of switches or clocks and be sure the motor is running. If it is a submersible pump you will probably change the whole thing if the motor is out. If it is outside the pond just the motor and seals should do the job. Good luck.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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