- Can I/Should I, replace my pump motor bearings? or should I just replace the whole pool pump motor?
Now here’s your hosts – Matt and Rob.
Poolside Chat Episode #18 Video
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I talk to thousands of customers each year about replacing their pool pump motors and the vast majority of our customers install the motors themselves without a hitch. However, occasionally we do encounter mistakes which are made when replacing your motor. So I decided to poll my fellow co-workers, manufacturers and vendors to come up with a list of the seven most common mistakes when replacing a pool motor. The results are in… Drum roll please… (more…)
Hello and Welcome back, Inyoans (not a word) to a new blog post; today we are going over How To Troubleshoot a Pool Pump Motor. We’re bringing some of our hidden treasures to your attention. What hidden treasures you ask? The Hope Diamond? One Eyed Willie’s Gold? No, it is our How to guide’s silly. (more…)
That is a loaded question if I have ever heard one (or read, in this case). When a motor goes down, the pool’s owner has a hill of decisions to make in a short period. Depending on time of year, he/she may only have a day or two before the pool water begins to turn.
The main question an owner of a newly failed motor asks people like me is, whether they should replace the motor or have it rebuilt. Both routes have their pros and cons and I’ll walk you through my thoughts and at the end I’ll give you my general verdict on the matter. (more…)