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Check for proper supply voltage and that the impeller moves freely. If these are good then likely a bad capacitor.
Posted on Jul 30, 2019
The bearings have likely lost their lubrication and have failed. You may be able tot find a local electric motor repair shop to replace the bearings. It really is not a diy project. However, if you can't find a local shop to do it, most folks replace the motor.
Posted on May 29, 2010
suction side leak... your grabbing air somewhere in the suction line.... take a hose at low pressure and with the pump running put it over various parts of the suction line... including your pump lid... if the problem goes away and you have no more air in the pump then you know what your problem is
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
NOT A MOTOR TO TAKE LIGHTLY 2 SPEEDS ARE BIG $$$ . TAKE 4-6 . 9/16 BOLTS OUT OF PUMP DISCONNECT POWER (LOOK) WRITE DOWN COLOR OF WIRES AND PLACE THEY GO TAKE PICTURE ! ! AND DO NOT TRY TO TAKE ANYTHING ELSE APART ! SEARCH FOR YOUR LOCAL POOL PUMP REPAIR GUY WITH FREE TESTING USE YOU ZIP CODE IN YOUR SEARCH .COULD BE JUST A BAD BREAKER BUT NOT WORTH THE CHANCE..HAVE A PRO LOOK AT IT. BEST OF LUCK .. VOTE IF'N I WAS OF HELP
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
One line lead wire to the L1 terminal, the other line lead wire to the L2 terminal and the green ground wire to the green grounded screw above the motor terminal board. It does not matter which wire, white or black, is on which terminal, L1 or L2, so long as one wire is on each terminal.
Posted on May 24, 2011
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