Pro 1200 se ???

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  1. Nomad74
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    That sucks man. I’m sorry your dealing with this garbage.
  2. SamIam
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    859 hours first year with hardly any down time I’m
    Happy with it!

    My 570 get about the same 900 hours a year or so
  3. Mark Saiger
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    Did my dealership and mechanics take over your location???? :icon_neutral:
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  4. steve_64
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    I had a place break an oil line doing an oil change. Saw the puddle the next day. Then they refused to take any responsibility.
  5. SamIam
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    Well well we’ve been seeing numbers steady at 180 atw on medium 1200 rpm blower spinning 3000 rpms no need for high!

    I know on high mine runs at 1400rpm,
    Ashley M modified his at set it to 1500!

    I’m tempted Rick A said go for it!

    New lid gaskets really helped to!
  6. SamIam
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    So I’ve had some serious water pressure issue but no cavitation or pump fluctuation

    I opened the out bound filter clean as a whistle!

    Opened the check valve and scale baby scale

    So I called a few people and a dude from Sapphire Ron gave me the most useful advice!

    My water mod was empty so I pulled the draw hose off added an extender into a bucket and put Prochem descaler in the bucket then let it cycle for 10 minutes.

    The water pressure was back to normal.


    I did a couple rat nasties with the lower pressurer today and they took way to long!

    Looking forward to the flow.
  7. SamIam
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    That step well is a disgrace to the industry..
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  9. Jimmy L
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    Looks like mine!
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  10. Lee Stockwell
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    Ouch. I'm sure many of us could fail a spot check some days...
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    He'll just blame it on his worker.

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