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Old 06-15-2011, 06:41 AM   #31
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Hi! I have an above ground pool with a noisy pump.... seems to be coming from the filter housing rather than the motor. The pressure guage bounces like crazy! I have flushed the main hoses...filter cartridge is clear/clean... I am at a loss. I picked up a new gauge thinking it could be that, but it still bounced around between maybe 18 and 22 and now it is broken Any ideas? thanks!
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Hi! I have an above ground pool with a noisy pump.... seems to be coming from the filter housing rather than the motor. The pressure guage bounces like crazy! I have flushed the main hoses...filter cartridge is clear/clean... I am at a loss. I picked up a new gauge thinking it could be that, but it still bounced around between maybe 18 and 22 and now it is broken Any ideas? thanks!

Hi -

1) Check your water level, make sure you have an "air free" primed pump

2) Check if your impeller is wasted ( Loose and wobbly )

Let me know if you need more help

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I have an onga ltp750 with a noisy bearing. I would appreciate instructions on how to replace seal and bearing in this pump.

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Just replaced hayward super pro pump or in ground DE pool. At the time my Hayward Perflex extended cycle filter was making a slight rattling noise. It's gotten really bad. Anyone out there able to help me. I'm posting a short video. Btw when I back washed a small white plastic piece with a hole in it came out (I think)

Please Help. Ty in advance
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