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Thread: Jandy VSPHP270 problem

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    Jul 2011
    Dix Hills NY

    Jandy VSPHP270 problem

    I reinstalled an essentially new Jandy VSPHP270 pump today after winter and having problems. Variable speed pump starts revving for about 5 seconds then just stops. About 5 minutes later the same thing . and keeps on repeating every 5 minutes or so. I tried electric, o-ring , bypassing filter and whatever else i could thing of with no success. It never gets up to full speed and just cuts out. I am thinking it may be some sort of internal protection but I don't know how to get around. This pump was only used a week or two at the end of last season and worked flawlessly. Any thoughts or suggestions highly appreciated. Thank you in advance.

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    Re: Jandy VSPHP270 problem

    Is this connected to a automation system or a stand-alone? If the pump is less than a year old contact Jandy Support and maybe they can walk you through it or They should send out a warranty station

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    Mar 2018
    Chandler Arizona

    Re: Jandy VSPHP270 problem

    Sounds like a definite internal problem. New out of the box pump should not be doing that. Contact manufacturer.
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