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Pump and filter repair


Swimming pool pump and filter repair is essential for maintaining the proper functionality and water quality of your pool. The pump and filter system work together to circulate and filter the pool water, removing debris, dirt, and contaminants. Here are some common pump and filter repairs:

Pump Motor Repair/Replacement: If your pool pump is not running or making unusual noises, it may indicate a problem with the motor. A pool professional can inspect the motor, check the wiring and connections, and determine if the motor needs repair or replacement.

Pump Seal Replacement: The pump seal prevents water from leaking around the motor shaft. If you notice water leaking from the pump or excessive moisture near the motor, the seal may need to be replaced. A pool technician can disassemble the pump, replace the seal, and ensure proper reassembly.

Filter Cartridge or Media Replacement: In cartridge or media filters, the filter element collects debris and contaminants from the pool water. Over time, the filter element can become clogged, torn, or worn out. A pool professional can inspect the filter element and determine if it needs cleaning, replacement, or media replenishment.

Filter Pressure Issues: If you notice high or fluctuating pressure on the filter gauge, it could indicate a problem. This might be due to a clogged or dirty filter, improper valve settings, or issues with the pump. A pool technician can diagnose the cause and perform the necessary repairs or adjustments.

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