Question about Hayward 116k HeatPro Heat Pump HP3100
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
motor is locked up in the motor are two bearings they will rust if they are set up for a while.you can take the back off the motor and where the shaft goes thru the houseing take a pair of needle nose plires and try to free it up.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
SOURCE: I have a 4 year
I would suspect that the motor bearings are going bad....when starting cold they turn hard and kicks the overload....running for a few seconds provides a bit of heat and then they turn a bit easier, but they still turn hard enough that the motor will shut down after a long time... the motor will probably run longer on cooler days or when it is in the shade...
Bottom line is that the motor will need to be replaced....removing the motor from the pump can be a real bugger...and often the pump impeller is destroyed till you get it removed...causing you to need a new pump impeller anyway....
You may be better off buying a complete new unit...check it out first!
Posted on Jun 20, 2011
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