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Thread: Well pump replacement - no water

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    There are a few different types of torque arrestor, one looks like a rubber disc, the other kinda looks like a football when it is opened up. If I were you, I would use the football type.

    LOL yeah get the damn thing fixed already!!!

    I hope you turned off your water heater when the pump quit, or you will be on another forum learning how to replace it.

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    The arrestor type they carry here locally.
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    The well pump and well pump motor, looked good.

    Do you know where I can find this electrical connector that plugs into the Gould Bruiser motor?
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    Is there anything else, I might Need?
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    If that is a Franklin motor you will need a Franklin wire plug in. If it is a CentraPro, you will need to get one from Goulds. I am not sure they will interchange.

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    Thanks, found the lead plug-in, on their Manual, will call them tomorrow.

    Lead plug-in has three wires going in, and has two metal leads on the other end.
    All three wires were broken going in to the plug-in.
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    Update: Well is running, and water, and is crystal clear.
    Thank you all, for the tips and info.
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    My bill is in the mail..............lol

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