Is Your Spa Pump Making Unusual Noises?

Screen Shot 2013-12-20 at 10.47.53 AMHave you noticed strange noises coming from your spa? Perhaps the noises resembled a hum or a whine. Did you attempt to investigate its origin and discover a water leak too? If so, you might just find yourself in the market for a spa pump. It’s one of the replacement spa parts that our customers tend to ask for by name.

A spa pump is an essential, albeit fairly uncomplicated part, that will wear out over time. Sometimes the wear will cause the pump’s internal components to break apart or seize. When that happens, the pump may emit unusual sounds or dispel water in areas that should otherwise remain dry during the spa’s operation.

Thankfully, finding a replacement spa pump is not difficult. Just shut off the spa’s power supply and carefully open the spa’s access panel. Then look for the pump. Its location and appearance are likely to vary based on the model spa you’re working on.

Once you locate the spa pump, examine its exterior. You should notice a series of data listed on the pump itself. The series of information is likely to contain five key pieces of data. They are the pump’s voltage, horsepower, speed, frame and fitting size. If the information is unclear or missing, you may need to consult with a spa repair service pro or the unit’s manufacturer. When you’re finished, order the replacement spa parts from us and install them.

If you are uncomfortable installing the replacement spa parts on your own, please let us know. We may be able to provide you with the name of a reputable spa repair company or direct you to a particular area located within our online learning center.

To learn more about spa pumps and the other replacement spa parts that we keep in stock, please contact us toll-free. Our replacement spa parts experts’ phone number is (888) 251-6661.

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