Manufacturing impellers often includes trimming on a lathe to achieve balance and/or testing to ensure quality. Consequently, many new impellers appear used. Our impellers are brand new; any wear is due to the manufacturing process.
ADVICE: When changing an impeller, a frequent reason for problems is mineral build up way down inside the impeller housing which causes wear and tear on the impeller and friction agains the impeller which can cause overheating and intermitent operation. We strongly recommend cleaning out the well which houses the impeller with viniger and an old toothbrush to eliminate mineral build up before installing the new impeller.
Note: All prices in US Dollars