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The Model # is 625.388460 and was installed May 2004. I don't hear clicking or a snapping noise. The motor is audible and sounds like it is turning the Cam and Gear. Every 15 seconds, you can hear the water run and then it stops, but the motor continues to run. On the display, "Serv" and "Recharge" blink simultaneously. Do you think it is still the motor? In the last 12 months, I've changed the switch twice and it fixed the problem. This time it didn't work. I also changed out the wiring harness and motor but still didn't fix the problem. If I need a rotor and seal kit, I see the part number for the rotor & disc is 7185500. What is the P/N(s) for the seal kit?

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