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Old April 27th 10, 07:47 PM posted to rec.ponds
martinandfiona
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Hi

After three or four power failures in quick succession my pond pump has
stopped working, there seems to be no power to the motor. I have checked
a looked at the obvious wiring and fuse faults all ok. So im just
wondring if the pump has had it or can it possibly be repaired.

The pump is a Hozelock Titan 2000

Many thanks for reading and possibly giving me advice.




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Old April 27th 10, 10:20 PM posted to rec.ponds
Mad as a Box of Frogs[_5_]
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Default Pump Failure

In article ,
martinandfiona wrote:

Hi

After three or four power failures in quick succession my pond pump has
stopped working, there seems to be no power to the motor. I have checked
a looked at the obvious wiring and fuse faults all ok. So im just
wondring if the pump has had it or can it possibly be repaired.

The pump is a Hozelock Titan 2000

Many thanks for reading and possibly giving me advice.




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martinandfiona


The forum has moved to rec.ponds.moderated on Google groups.

http://groups.google.com/group/rec.p...derated/topics

Also recommend Googling the manufacturer's name and calling them for a
ruling. Also check your local craigslist buy and sell ads for a slightly
used pump replacement. There are some excellent deals there.

hth


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Old April 28th 10, 03:03 AM posted to rec.ponds
A Paul Ing
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Default Pump Failure

On Apr 27, 4:20*pm, Mad as a Box of Frogs ~.@.~ wrote:
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martinandfiona wrote:

Hi


After three or four power failures in quick succession my pond pump has
stopped working, there seems to be no power to the motor. I have checked
a looked at the obvious wiring and fuse faults all ok. So im just
wondring if the pump has had it or can it possibly be repaired.


The pump is a Hozelock Titan 2000


Many thanks for reading and possibly giving me advice.


--
martinandfiona


The forum has moved to rec.ponds.moderated on Google groups.

http://groups.google.com/group/rec.p...derated/topics

Also recommend Googling the manufacturer's name and calling them for a
ruling. Also check your local craigslist buy and sell ads for a slightly
used pump replacement. There are some excellent deals there.

hth

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"Ward, weren't you a little hard on The Beaver last night?" --June Cleaver- Hide quoted text -

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Yea in other words get the hell out of this group as it is not a pond
gropup any mopre and since you were stupid enough to buy HOzelock
Titan, you deserve every bit of trouble you get.....But don;t forget
to g et a "ruling" who ****ing quanit a ****ing ruling form
Titan............duh what a ****ing idiot, no wonder is is dumber than
a box of frogs.and who says frogs gets mad just a dumbass.
 




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