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The new pumps are shipped ready to connect to a 230V AC circuit. Is yours only 115? If so the motor will overheat and its thermal overload protector will shut it off until it cools off enough.
There are directions on the side of your pump motor telling you how to reconnect the motor IF YOUR CIRCUIT is only 115V.
If it is set for and wired to a 230V circuit you'll need to examine the line conditions coming into the motor. Check line to line voltage and line to ground on both leads to ensure proper voltage both without load and with. If your motor is wired correctly and set for the correct voltage then you should find the problem when you check the line conditions. If you need more help with that step please add a comment with your questions.
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