Common Pump Problems

Common Problems With Stuart Turner Water Pumps / Repairs

 

Stuart Turner Repair

Common problems with Stuart Turner Pumps

 

If you have any of the problems listed below  your Stuart Turner pump can be easily be repaired using the right spare parts. If your pump is not working it can be repaired by us in your own home or at our workshop. If you bring your Stuart Turner pump to us we can repair your pump in less than 30 minutes  in our workshop or you can request a call out.

 

Common problems found on Stuart Turner / Monsoon Pumps 

  1. Your Pump is making a humming or buzzing noise and does not start.
  2. Your Pump has water leaking from one the side normally the hot side.
  3. Pump has no power and you need to turn it on and off from the socket on the wall.
  4. Your shower or water not working or no pressure in the system.
  5. Burning smell coming from your pump.
  6. Pump comes on and off for no reason.
  7. Pump runs continuously. Do not let your pump run continuously turn it off ASAP
  8. Pump has no power going to the motor.
  9. Low pressure on one side or both sides of the pump.
  10. Pump works fine for a few hours then cuts out.
  11. When your pump comes on it trips the main fuse board.
  12. You only have cold water in your kitchen sink. Most common in apartments

 

You may have been told that your pump cannot be repaired and you need to purchase a new water pump costing you over €700 and this may not include installation. This is not the case as all of these pumps can be repaired. Its very rare that a Stuart Turner pump cannot be repaired.

We only use new spare parts in our repairs and reconditioned pumps.

It is important when you get a repair on your pump that the parts used in the repair or recondition are new parts and not second hand parts. We only use the Aqua Flow Products brand which are new parts and can be used in every Stuart Turner water pump including monsoon and universal pumps.

If your pump runs continuously its important you turn the power off to your pump as soon as possible. You can do this by switching off the power from the socket in the wall or by removing the fuse on the wall. A pump that runs continuously will burn your motor out or worse it can cause a leak in your pump.