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Old 03-01-2013, 10:58 AM   #1
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Water pumps

Unhooked this morning and noticed the water pump not working. No noise and water tank is filled. Any suggestions on troubleshooting the problem? Thank you
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Old 03-01-2013, 11:09 AM   #2
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Unhooked this morning and noticed the water pump not working. No noise and water tank is filled. Any suggestions on troubleshooting the problem? Thank you

Have you checked the fuse at the water pump?
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Old 03-01-2013, 11:12 AM   #3
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First time using this year? Could be the valve is still open for sucking up anti-freeze?
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Also if there is air in the hw tank or lines the pump may run but you won't hear it.
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Wasn't sure where the fuse was. So it's by the pump? And we have used it since
it was winterized.

RBR are my initials. I have probably been using that a lot longer than you have! LOL!
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Wasn't sure where the fuse was. So it's by the pump? And we have used it since
it was winterized.

RBR are my initials. I have probably been using that a lot longer than you have! LOL!
Yes there should be a blade fuse right next to pump in a fuse holder.

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Not getting any water from faucets either
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Thanks! Will check that!
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Fuse was bad. Replaced it, it works fine. Wonder what blew the fuse??
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