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Thread: Broken switch

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    Broken switch

    So in trying to replace the seals/gaskets on my pump I broke the stationary switch. How hard is it to replace the switch? Or is it better to just get a new pump. We have an A.O Smith 3/4 hp pump on there now. Thank you!
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    Re: Broken switch

    Should be pretty easy to get a replacement. I can't imagine that you would have to get an entirely new pump unless the housing itself is cracked.

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    Re: Broken switch

    No the housing is fine, I just want to make sure the process of switching it out isn't complicated. I am already very frustrated over dealing with this stupid thing. I found the replacement switch through several outlets but electrical freaks me out.
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