The water pump in your home is a pretty important part of your daily routine. It keeps the water flowing, and it keeps your pipes from freezing and bursting.

But what do you do when that pump stops working?

Don’t worry—we’ve got you covered. In this guide, we’ll show you how to troubleshoot a franklin electric pump that has stopped working and get it back up and running again as soon as possible.

Troubleshooting A Water Pump That Has Stopped Working

If your water pump has stopped working, try these tips to get it going again:

  1. Check for any obvious signs of damage or wear.

If the pump has been dropped or damaged in some way, it will not be able to operate properly. If you see any signs of damage to the pump itself, replace it immediately.

  1. Check for any signs of sediment build-up or clogs in the lines running from your water source to your home. 

If there is sediment built up in these lines (either inside them or between them), it can cause problems with flow and pressure which can cause the pump to stop working properly. Use a snake tool on these lines if necessary to remove any debris that may be causing problems with their operation and try turning on your water again after clearing them out.

  1. Check the power supply

Make sure that the power cord is plugged in and that it’s not loose. If you have a battery backup system, make sure it’s working properly.

  1. Check for burned-out parts 

If you’ve verified that your power supply is working and there are no other problems with your pump, then it’s likely that one of its parts has burned out. Look for any signs of heat damage or discoloration on any wires or components, and replace them if they’re damaged.

  1. Check for obstructions 

Remove any debris from around the motor housing and check for any obstructions in the impeller shaft or suction tube.

Final Thoughts

If you’re not sure what goes wrong with your water pump and how to fix it—or if you just don’t have time to deal with the issue yourself—then it’s probably best to call in a pro. However, if you’re comfortable fixing minor issues around the house like replacing faucets and toilets, then maybe giving it a shot yourself would be better than paying someone else for their work.

Author Bio-

David has been involved in the family owned business Ken’s Distribution Company for more than 10 years. He deals with residential and commercial water pumps. He is well knowledged in Clean water, Lawn & Irrigation, Sump, Effluent/ Sewage, Multi-purpose, Frame mount ,Engine drive, Centrifugal Pumps also CH&E Diaphragm pump. He specializes in water pumps and repair parts for Monarch water pumps, Franklin electric water pumps, Red Lion Products, Generac also know as CH&E or Magnum Diaphragm Pumps.