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Old 06-06-2017, 01:22 PM   #11
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It would be hard for me to get the tubing off of the motor on the intake side (unless I pull the whole motor out). Is it worth trying to do that ? I guess this would prove water is getting into the motor.
The thread started off talking about faucets. Now we're talking motor. I'm very confused as these two systems are not connected..........at all.
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Old 06-06-2017, 02:01 PM   #12
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Yep, if you read all the posts in the thread you could see how I've described the initial problem and working towards the root-cause for resolution.
That how these threads work - right ?

I've interchanged the words Water Pump and Motor in the same post - perhaps that is where I lost you ?
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The input side of the pump should have a filter, make sure its not clogged.

Even though the motor is running the pump itself may be bad and the entire thing needs to be replaced.
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Friend of mine with a 3000scr had same problem so he took the pump out and I took it apart and found apiece ofpipe dope clogging the pump. Working great now.
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