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    stenner pump fell apart

    I guess the bottom somehow got all corroded and the bottom of the pump fell off. It had only been in operation for about 4 months or so

    Has anyone else had this happen?
    17,800 gallon, IG pool, 595 sq feet (17x35x4.5 avg rectangle), Hayward 525 cartridge filter, diamondbrite, 2 hp 2 speed hayward tristar filter, Stenner 45mhp10 automatically chlorinating

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    Re: stenner pump fell apart

    Can you post some pics of it?
    I haven't seen that happen.
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    Re: stenner pump fell apart

    ok so with further inspection, the two clips that hold the bottom on broke so the bottom fell off and the entire inside fell out. I used screws into existing holes to put it all back together and Im looking for new clips because they are more convenient when I need to take it apart to change tubes in the future.
    17,800 gallon, IG pool, 595 sq feet (17x35x4.5 avg rectangle), Hayward 525 cartridge filter, diamondbrite, 2 hp 2 speed hayward tristar filter, Stenner 45mhp10 automatically chlorinating

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    Re: stenner pump fell apart

    What are you using the pump for? How is it mounted?

    If it's for acid, bad bad things happen when you co-locate the pump and the tank.
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