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    Pump not getting power

    Aqualink in-ground. The filter pump stopped working. It has an "Eaton BQ220230 20A/30A DP Circuit Breaker" in the power center, BUT only two on the four lugs have 120v? It has the separate metal bar that turns of the outer two switches on the breaker and the inner two turn off together!. Never had a "4" lug breaker before. At first, I thought the motor was bad, but sounds like the breaker, wouldn't you say! Help please?!!
    above ground intex splash pool 15 diameter, 36 deep. Approx. 4000 IMP Gallons 4750 US Gallons. 2 'cheapo' cartridge filter pumps. Heath Robinson Set-up central heating circulating pump pushing the water through 6 old radiators

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    Re: Pump not getting power

    Welcome to TFP!!!

    I think this would be a lot easier if you provided pictures. Almost sounds like only half of the power center has power supplied to it ... only one of the two lines required for 230V power.
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