Usually when I run into a problem, I just troll the board and find my answer. I wish I could contribute more but my knowledge is in cars and computers/networking.
Anyways. I've been fighting an algae problem all season long. (Mainly to my not caring because we haven't enjoyed the pool much this summer.) So two weeks ago my wife tells me while I'm at school that the pool is green. I go out to the pool to find the pool pump not moving. Smells not. I cut the circuit breaker. So I'm thinking I have to replaced the pump with skimmer. I don't want to mess with that. Contact the local pool shop (not L's) and they quote $550 for a motor and $125 labor. Well. I begin to think at 1 hr, that's not the whole unit, that's got to be just the motor. Look it up and I can find it way cheaper just by the motor.
So my question is, what are the chances of something being wrong with the impeller? It's a century 2.2 hp motor.
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