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Powermax... | Answered on Jan 18, 2019


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Powermax... | Answered on Jan 18, 2019


Have you tried powering the whole system off and back on?

Powermax Visonic... | Answered on Oct 23, 2017


contact the manufacturer on the net at their spares department or go to an irrigation and pump specialist shop and they will get/have one for you.

Powermax XP650WP... | Answered on Dec 31, 2013


normally it would not be pressed on as it would tend to bent the crank. It may be tapered and keyed and rusted on or it may be straight and keyed and rusted on . You may have to use wd-40 to release the rust or a puller and heat to get it off.. The impellor may be screwed on and may just require a tap to start undoing it.

Powermax XP650WP... | Answered on Dec 31, 2013


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Computers &... | Answered on Feb 15, 2013


Trash pumps will handle any solids small enough to get through the intake hose screen. This usually means most mud and sand and other debris. If you take the screen off the intake hose you run the risk of sucking up too much solid material and overwhelming the pump or sucking up items too big to get through the impeller. Sticks are also a no go through these pumps. If they are small enough to get into the impeller they'll get chewed up but usually they get stuck in the hose attachment area and create a dam for everything else coming up the hose.

Powermax XP650WP... | Answered on Apr 13, 2011


Unless the installer code is stored in a battery backed memory (not likely) you don't have much of a chance to recover this OTHER than to call the factory for help. You MAY have to send the unit in as they probably have a piece of equipment that can backdoor reset it.

Powermax Visonic... | Answered on Jan 31, 2011


with a charged battery and good ignition spark, there are just a few things which will prevent an internal combustion engine from starting...

clogged or shut off fuel supply. check for valves or filters or kinks in fuel lines.

spark may be there, but timing may be off if ignition is non-electronic and automatically set.

if fuel is gasoline, engine may be flooded with fuel. if you smell unburnt gas around the exhaust, fuel regulation/carburetor may be stuck in "too-open" position. on cars with carburetors, this can be cured pretty easily by holding the throttle WIDE OPEN and cranking the engine until the air pumped through it evaporates enough excess fuel to get to an ignitable mixture. same for 2-cycle engines like chain saws, too. see if throttle can be held open by hand until the engine starts.

good luck!
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Powermax 2"... | Answered on Oct 28, 2010


If there is a leak in the pump then please check if the leak had come from the drain plug or the inlet. If the leak is elsewhere it is important to get in touch with the dealership and get explanation.

Powermax XP650WP... | Answered on Sep 21, 2010


Either the coil/HEI module is bad or your on/off switch(kill switch) is bad. Check those first.

Powermax XP650WP... | Answered on Jan 15, 2010

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