One of the most common problems experienced by pool or spa owners is often at the pump, causing improper water circulation and filtration. Their team of experts is used to dealing with this kind of problem and dealing with the pool or spa pump repair.
In order to save money, many pool or spa owners try to solve the problem themselves, without the help of specialists. If a few succeed, many will make the situation worse. Keep in mind that such maneuvers can lead to damage, electrocution and injury if not properly framed.
If you have a repair for a pool or spa pump, you can always come to the Company with your pump to get an estimate on the spot.The team therefore recommends that you never attempt to repair your pump yourself and let their experts perform this task for you. They repair and recondition your pool pump safely and professionally and repair all types of pumps available on the market.
Here are some tips to make sure your pool or spa pumps works:
So that it does not overheat, leave it the space necessary for its cooling.
Make sure your pump never runs out of water. Although this has no direct effect on its operation, a pump that runs continuously without being immersed in water may overheat and wear out more quickly. With the opportunities for the pool pump repair the deals get better.
Pay special attention to the engine. If it comes in contact with water from outside, you will be forced to replace your pump. Moisture can also be harmful for the engine!
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To avoid any inconvenience, it is recommended to keep the filter pump away from moisture. It should never run empty (without water). Sufficient space should be provided around the pump to allow cooling and ventilation of the unit. With these precautions, the pump can have a life of 7 to 10 years (for a brand pump).
However, as with all materials used intensively, a more or less serious malfunction can occur at any time. If the pool pump is down, there is no need to panic. It is essential to be methodical:
- Make an inventory
- Make a visual check of the pump to see if there is not an apparent problem:
- Check that the filter pump is properly powered.
- Check the condition of the pre-filter by unscrewing the lid.
- Listen if the pump makes noise (purr / vibration).
- Isolate the equipment
- Switch off the power supply even if the pump no longer operates at all.
- Check that the equipment connected to the hydraulic network is safe: PAC, electrolyser.
- Secure the pool and isolate it by installing the opaque cover.
- Anticipate pump repair
- Take a picture of the pump: this can be useful if you do not remember the initial installation after disassembly.
- Locate the data sheet and note the characteristics: make, model, reference, mode of supply, power.
- Disassemble the pump (by isolating the hydraulic circuit using the valves) or contact a professional.