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May 27, 2010
Here's to a long life...
by: Anonymous

...of the pump. I will be excited after not hearing from you for several seasons as that would indicate to me the pump is performing.

May 26, 2010
Curt thanks for the pump
by: Charles


You are a lifesaver. Thanks for selling me the pump at a reasonable price. It works great.


Apr 16, 2010
Bad Capacitors
by: Curt

Having to manually start the motor is a sign of bad capacitors. Not easy to repair. The capacitors are epoxied into the end cap of the motor housing.

Don't bother replacing the oil, replace the pump.

If you'd like a used pump, email me at for price and shipping information.

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