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    Thread: Looking for someone that can rebuild pond pump in Oregon/Washington

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      Looking for someone that can rebuild pond pump in Oregon/Washington

      Does anyone know of someone that can rebuild a pond pump in the Portland, Oregon or SW Washington area? It's a sequence 8200SEQ22. My pump started leaking water and my husband just had major surgery, so he can't do it for me. Or... who has the best prices for ordering a new one?
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      Dana
      Last edited by lechaun; 11-29-2021 at 05:09 PM.

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      Full service swimming pool shops often do pump seal rebuilds or know a local repair shop that does.

      You can send it back to the mfg but not necessary as it's not a difficult task.
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      Standby water pumps are never a waste of money.

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      How long have you had the pump? Sequence 8200SEQ22 has 3 yrs warranty. I had my (new) 6800SEQ flooded early this year and had to send back for service. If your is no longer under warranty, you still can call them and they will provide you a RTV number. You have to pay for shipping, this pump is heavy. I think it costs around $50 each way. They will check to see what wrong and let you know how much it costs to fix it.

      I also had an old 8200SEQ22 that had bearing issue, and also got flooded. I sent it back to see if they can fix it for cheaper than buying a new one. They said I have to replace the motor and few other things. The service technician offered me a couple year old pump that they have for $350 with free shipping. That ended up much cheaper than what I have to pay for prepare or a new one. So, I took the offer.

      Their technical contact is below:

      MDM Incorporated
      3345 N. Cascade Ave.
      Colorado Springs, CO 80907

      800-447-8342 (Toll Free)
      719-634-8202 (Phone)

      good luck!
      hp.

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