My pool equipment area was flooded last night, while the pump was
The pump motor is a 2-speed (A.O. Smith B977), and it won't currently
run at high speed. (It hums for a couple of seconds, and then the
built-in breaker trips.) It will run at low speed, but it smokes.
The question - Is there any chance that the motor will be functional
after it has had a chance to dry out further?
(BTW, if anyone knows of a better group for pool-related questions,
please point me to it.)
Ian Pilcher email@example.com
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