I took apart a neighbors pump only to find a toothpick lodged in the impeller. Think of the odds of a lowly toothpick getting that far.Is the impellor damaged or blocked by that missing sock?
Neither have IWhat has failed with the pump? I have not seen one of the separate pumps fail.
Seen blockages before. One machine I opened - someone had washed a quilt and it came apart. The pump was clogged with stuffing from the quilt.Is the impellor damaged or blocked by that missing sock?
Odds are better than you'd think. I've heard of gold chains going down the drains with industrial washers, the kind you find at laundromats. I knew an operator and she'd show me all the coins and chains she'd find. Keys and more stuff than I can remember. And I have shoes with memory foam; though evidence suggests they don't really aid in memory.I took apart a neighbors pump only to find a toothpick lodged in the impeller. Think of the odds of a lowly toothpick getting that far.
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