troubleshoot    

 

 
Seio™ Super Flow Pump
 
PROBLEM: EXCESS NOISE FROM PUMP
SOLUTION
1. Clean the intake of the pump and impeller
 
a.
Disconnect the pump form the power supply prior to removing the pump from the water.
 
b.
Remove 120° directional discharge or large intake filter strainer.
 
c.
Remove the impeller well cover.
 
d.
Once the impeller well cover is removed, slide both the impeller and shaft out of the main body of the pump and clean well. Do not use any soap detergents during cleaning
 
e.
After the impeller and shaft are cleaned, use a small brush to clean inside of the motor housing.
 
f.
Reassemble above parts and pump is again ready to use. Confirm that all the washer and bushing a reassembled properly.  Failure to do so will cause permanent damage to the pump.
 
g.
When a high amount of calcium is used and the impeller does not rotate on the shaft. Soak the impeller and shaft in 1 part vinegar to 2 parts water. Let soak 30 minutes or the impeller rotates easily on the shaft
2. Pump is operated on a wavemaker or a timer
 
a.
Disconnect pump immediately from the device. Read warning on label by the plug and in the instructions
 
b.
If the pump does not work properly after disconnected from the device. Replace impeller and shaft as the rotor has become demagnetized
3. Impeller damage
 
a.
If there is any damage to the impeller replace the impeller and shaft
 
b.
If shaft shows sign of wear replace
 
c.
The impeller was not assembled properly. Check instructions and verify that all bushing and washers are in the correct position.
4. Restricted intake
 
The flow control collar is closed
PROBLEM: LOW WATER FLOW
SOLUTION
1. Intake is clogged
 
a.
Clean the large intake strainer
 
b.
Clean the intake of the pump
2. Impeller damage
 
a.
If there is any damage to the impeller replace the impeller and shaft
 
b.
If shaft shows sign of wear replace
 
c.
The impeller was not assembled properly. Check instructions and verify that all bushing and washers are in the correct position