How to Repair a Pump?

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To repair a pump, first check whether the source of the pump is working well and also check the wiring and corrosion areas. If the motor hams and then stops turn it off and check for debris in the impeller. Clean the filter or replace, it is if required. Also, check the wiring of the pump and the voltage if the pump keeps turning off.
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1. Switch off and unplug the pump. Remove the outlet pipe connection. 2. Take the pump out of the sump basin. 3. Unscrew the pump base to reach the impeller chamber. 4. Remove the
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