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We own a sanibest system and we know it got clogged. we tore it completely apart un clogged it and made sure it the blade and motor were free spinning, we put it back together and it still is humming and not flushing anything out. we dont know what to do next and were hopping the motor didnt burn up. nothing can get up inside the motor itself can it, because it is all enclosed or can it?

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Hi, the best thing would be to just replace the whole pump since it is humming which is not a good sign, once they start giving trouble you will always have trouble and the noise is either something bent or the motor has a bad spot in the windings...

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