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try resetting or cancel or put on manual and prime

Pentair... | Answered on Apr 07, 2018


if filters then no backwash needed keep filters clean make sure to clean filters with TSP first tri sodium phosphate its a degreaser then filters will be ok

Pentair Garden | Answered on Apr 07, 2018


common white, high black to #2 low red to #3 green ground

Pentair Garden | Answered on Feb 11, 2018


see side of motor make sure brown on correct lead and white also

Pentair... | Answered on Feb 11, 2018


How did you test for power? Is it proper amount of power?
Did you use a multimeter to test for proper supply power/voltage?

Pentair... | Answered on May 25, 2015


Check wall adaptor, there is a filter/screen inside.
Probably plugged with debris!

Pentair Letro... | Answered on Apr 05, 2015


I believe the pot is screwed into the pump body/volute. Lift the complete pump enough to turn the entire pot counter clockwise, to unthread it off of the volute.

Pentair Garden | Answered on May 27, 2014


Remove the rear motor cover, you will need pliers and a 7/16 open end wrench. The opposite end of the impeller has a shaft that has to be secured by the wrench. The shaft has a notch on each side, it could be behind the two small springs that hold the spinning connection. There is a bigger shaft version that needs just a small end cap taken off and that will expose the shaft to be held and that is a bigger wrench. Once the shaft is secured, you may need pliers to turn off the impeller. Turn counter clockwise. Remember to be careful, it's plastic and well used. Don't forget the seals to put it back together.

Pentair 3/4hp... | Answered on May 18, 2014


I really would need a picture to be more accurate. If you have no way to hold the lid on to get suction, you have to replace the front bowl (pot) as that is where the strainer basket is and how the flow is created. That bowl (pot) unscrews from the front housing. You have to be able to free the suction pipe from the bowl and have enough room to spin the bowl off. You may also have to remove the pressure side pipe if you do not have enough room to turn the bowl (pot) off. If you can not get the bowl off of the front plate, you will have to replace the bowl and front plate all at once.

Pentair Garden | Answered on May 18, 2014


If you can put some food coloring in it so you can see the leak better and you find a crack in internal or external on both fitting; may be find the parts are warn down some and may need some plumming tape put on them or replaced.

Pentair Garden | Answered on Oct 26, 2013

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