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Pump runs but there is little to no pressure. somewhat noisey

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Is the basket broken or melted ? If so, you may have gotten something inside the impeller causing it to get plugged with debris. There is a special tool to correct this problem. It's made by Pool Tool. It's called an impeller cleaning kit. It's kind of like a long pair of tweezers.

If not, you may have a plugged line. I would call a service pro on that one.

Another possibility is that the impeller may have spun off. An easy way to check is to open the pump pot, fill it with water, then with the lid still off, turn it on for 1 to 2 seconds. If the water got slurped in, you have a good impeller. If not, you may need a new one.

Another possibility is you may have a broken pressure gauge.

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