Question about Arctic Pool & Spa
Your motor may have siezed (frozen) and not turning at all. The humming you hear is likely just the 60 Hertz AC from your outlet - you can hear it because it is trying to turn your fozen motor and you hear the pulsing of the line voltage.
Depending on how handy you are, you can either call an electrician or try fixing it yourself.
First, if you can access the motor and see the shaft, try putting some oil on the bearings. Use something like "3 & 1" oil, sewing machine oil, or even motor oil. Let it sit over night and try it again. If it spins, great. If it doesn't, you will need more help than I can provide in an e-mail.
Posted on May 21, 2011
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