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Pool Filter Not Turning On In Ahwatukee, Arizona
If it seems like your pool’s filter may not be turning any (or) it does not have any sounds coming out of it. Here is what to do if there is no sound coming from your pool filter.
If there is no sound coming from your pool’s filter:
If nothing happens when the switch is flipped and there was no sound heard at all, take a look at the circuit breaker, this can be checked by flipping the breaker on and off, and back to on.
If you have it on a mechanical timer switch or a digital timer switch you will need to look at the Visual Motor Check and check the tiny motor gears to see if they are turning.
If your system has a GFCI outlet wired to it, you will need to check it and see if the red button has not popped up.
If there is power getting to the timer clock or the timer switch, you will need to look at the wires that run from the switch, going to the pump for signs of any damage, then, inspect the connections found on each end, you will be looking for loose wires or even an insect infestation.
However, if there is no power getting to the timer clock or the timer switch, it means that the switch or the breaker is either bad or its tiny little motor has died, or that one or more of the wires running from the breaker to the timer clock, or timer switch could be broken or loose. Here is what to do if there is sound coming from your pool filter.
If there are sounds coming from your pool’s filter:
If there is a humming sound coming from the pump motor when you try to start it, it could mean that the start capacitor is bad. If it is a Hayward pump, it will be the black cylinder which is mounted near the rear of its motor. This can be removed and replaced very easily.
However, before you order a new capacitor, make certain the shaft has not frozen up with rust. In order to spin the shaft, you will need to disconnect the power at the breaker, and remove capacitor (@9 o’clock) and (@ 12 o’clock) for the thermal overload in order to be able to slip a 7/16th inch wrench into the slotted shaft.
In order to break off any rust that has accumulated between the stator and the rotor, you will need to wiggle the wrench in the shaft by going through several revolutions. Next, you are going to re-secure the thermal and the capacitor overload switch.
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