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$60 or so seems reasonable. Any evidence of leakage or staining simply means that the pump seals must also be replaced and that there may be a problem with your water chemistry routine. If you do have a problem with your chemical routine, you want to know now so that you don't have to go through this every couple of years.
: ok, I wrote that down for George tomorrow to look for...if so, doea that
: mean that the pump should be canned or can it be repaired at the
: shaft seal? The pump looks to be about a $60 piece of equipment from
: what I have seen on the web sites...am I correct? Or not???
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