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I have a small pool
The impeller is most likely set on a tapered shaft it is not easy to get off . You may need to get a puller to get it off. You can try adding some heat to the area with a hair dryer, don't use a torch. Be gentle.
on Mar 07, 2011
Pump trips breaker seems too be runng half power
Make sure that the supplied voltage matches your motor's setup. Most well pumps can either be configured to run on 120v or 220v. If your pump is set to 220v, and you are running 110v to it, it will run slower. Check that, and repost. I'll check back, and will help in any way thet I can.
Best regards, --W/D--
on Aug 19, 2009
I replaced my pressure switch with one that has a emergency low pressure off switch.
There are a lot of variables. Are you on a shallow well pump? It sounds like the well doesn't make much water. Check your well tank pressure. With 0 psi of water (drain the pressure) There should be 2 psi of air less than than the start up. If the pump is set to start at 30 psi, there should be 28 psi of air in the tank. It sounds to me like either the tank is shot, or the pump doesn't make much water. If you leave a faucet on while putting air in the tank and air comes out the faucet, then, the bladder is shot.
on Oct 30, 2019
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