Cost of a pool pump?

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Has anyone bought a pool pump recently, if so what was the cost? Where would the best place to buy one please?

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No idea of the cost. What make do you have already? It would be good to replace like with like so you do not have to mess around with the fitting. I would use Siba as they carry a lot of spares.

However a lot of the time new life can be breathed into them. Talk to Ozzie at Press Teknic near Freddies, Cafe des artistes.
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Press teknik also sell and fit them l believe, dont buy Chinese, l was advised Italian are very good.

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Mollie the cat wrote:Has anyone bought a pool pump recently, if so what was the cost? Where would the best place to buy one please?
I have 4 reconditioned ones,all different makes.1- is kripton 2- is calpeda (Italian),3- is astral
Other I can't remember off my head now
Anyhow,you're better off getting same make as the one you did have,for the porpuse of saving and bothering with re plumbing issues

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Thank you everyone, very useful indeed.

Yorgozlu,
Thank you, I think mine is a calpeda? Its very old and the bearings are very noisy after our pool room flooded recently. I dried the pump out but the bearings look to have suffered, it does work though. I will contact you in the week, do you have a contact number please?

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Mollie the cat wrote:Thank you everyone, very useful indeed.

Yorgozlu,
Thank you, I think mine is a calpeda? Its very old and the bearings are very noisy after our pool room flooded recently. I dried the pump out but the bearings look to have suffered, it does work though. I will contact you in the week, do you have a contact number please?
0548-8625191

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£90for a good one

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I changed the bearings in mine, total cost around TL 30.

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Mollie the cat wrote:Thank you everyone, very useful indeed.

Yorgozlu,
Thank you, I think mine is a calpeda? Its very old and the bearings are very noisy after our pool room flooded recently. I dried the pump out but the bearings look to have suffered, it does work though. I will contact you in the week, do you have a contact number please?
If it is just bearings Press Teknik will be able to sort.
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Mollie the cat wrote:Has anyone bought a pool pump recently, if so what was the cost? Where would the best place to buy one please?
I bought one last year for a customer
I was advised several makes were better than what I purchased but the most difficult thing I found was getting the warranty in my customers name and not the pool company .
In the end we went with pooltech, near creditwest and lidl , Baras fitted the pump and tested it before it was handed over to the customer's pool team.

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Thanks everyone for your suggestions most helpful.

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