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My reddyheater115,000 was working just fine now it only hums when you plug it in HOW DO I FIX IT

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The pump,is locked up,in the rear of the motor,or the motor has gone bad,I have a pdf file on this model if you need it,let me know,roniecon@gmail.com

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