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Titan vertical 3kw electric splitter help!

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My old Clarke one chewed up the drive flange between motor and pump. Very poor coupling, I wouldn't be surprised if yours has done the same. Local engineer made a very good " bodge" mend, but I couldn't trust it, so replaced it with a Sheppach. 

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A £12 capacitor was at fault. Thanks to Brother in Law who suggested I looked there first!

New one fitted today and the splitter is running fine again

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13 minutes ago, headgroundsman said:

A £12 capacitor was at fault. Thanks to Brother in Law who suggested I looked there first!

New one fitted today and the splitter is running fine again

Glad you got it sorted .

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Just now, headgroundsman said:

Sometimes it is the simple things that get overlooked

I'm simple and am constantly overlooked ...😔

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