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I would be more inclined to think that pump impeller has something caught in it. There should be a flex coupling of some kind that you can lossen to remove pump from basin. Unplug electrical cord and pull pump out. There should be a removeable slotted cover on the bottom that you can take off to clean impeller. Remove all debris from bottom, wash out with water. Depending on what type of switch you have on your pump you can make sure all water is out of pump and plug in momentarily,rise float to turn it on and see if it runs. If it has apressure switch you won't be able to do this. If you can make it try to run make sure you only try for a few seconds. These pumps are not designed to be run dry. If it runs put bottom cover back on and reinstall pump. If it doesn"t you probably will need a new pump. Thank. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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