Nubo wrote:motorwiz wrote:no NO have your old pump repaired. you can repair your pump you don't need to replace it. I repair most motors for $150.00 that includes a free shaft seal. repairing pumps is the green thing to do ! you should see all of these new variable speed motors that are stacking up in the return pile at one of my suppliers.. what a joke. the KEY is to have the right size pump for your pool and to know that it is working efficiently.
That's were I come into play. so if you need help with your pump and your local Orlando I can help you get back up and running try searching yahoo for your local pool pump motor repair guy look for the pictures on how to ID and remove your pump to bring it in for service
Or search your area for your local pool pump repair shop OR electric motor repair. these are the guys that know whats going on with pumps !!!
REMEMBER a clean pool is a safer pool .. and look for the pool pump repair puppy he's the sign of a bark'n good deal,
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Wow, man! You've been lurking for 5 1/2 years???
25 but it seems longer. working or replacing motors that clueless people buy on line that have aluminum windings.
need help ? just look for your local pool pump repair guy in longwood florida