I had a pump replaced under a home warranty recently, and I specifically remember what appeared to be a copper ground wire, connected to a ground screw on the motor side of the pump. After the new pump and motor was added, this wire was no longer connected.
Any reason an installer would leave the ground disconnected? Should I just reattach it myself? I don't want to call them for such a simple thing like that if that's the case.
I'm no Bob Vila, but I can use a screwdriver!
Pic attached (after new pump installed, ground not connected) If you click on the pic to see a larger image, and look above and to the right of the "D", you will see what I think is the ground screw that the wire should go through.