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Thread: Replacing motor for Polaris Halcyon Booster Pump

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    Replacing motor for Polaris Halcyon Booster Pump

    My booster pump was making a loud noise. Now, it won't cut on. If I need to get a new motor how much am looking to pay?
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    Re: Replacing motor for Polaris Halcyon Booster Pump

    The motor alone is around $150 to $250 depending on where you get it. You will also need a new shaft seal which will be another $10 to $20.
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    Re: Replacing motor for Polaris Halcyon Booster Pump

    I replaced mine a couple years ago with this one:

    http://www.a1poolparts.com/-strse-1253/ ... Detail.bok

    It is a 3/4 hp booster motor. I really like it a lot. You have to figure out what motor you have now, then find a similar one. Then just remove the motor, replace the seal and put it all back together. The only problem I had was getting the impeller off, but I took it to Warehouse Pool Supply and they took it off for me.

    If you know the motor brand/model you can can go here to find a replacement model:
    http://www.aosmithmotors.com/concertox/ ... rence.html

    dave
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