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I have an aquabot pool cleaner and pump motor stopped working. If you disassemble it the oil inside runs out. I really only need to know what type of oil to use to replace it. The 35V motor has 4 capacitors to jump start it. I have replaced the capacitors once before in my own machine without loosing the oil and reusing it. Successful long term repair accomplished. This one is a relatives of mine who lost the oil and I don't want to replace capacitors, only to ruin successful job by putting the wrong oil in it. Does anyone know what type of can be used in this motor?
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I am looking for the o-rings or gaskets for my aquabot drive motor. I repair termimals and broken wire but it leaks from the terminals. Please help
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I have a robotic pool pump, part number AS00035R and it has stop functioning, I was going to replace the entire pump, but looking at some of the previous comments, it appears this pump can be dismantled and repaired? Never have done this previously, how hard is it to perform? I'm worried I will ruin it by doing something wrong. Any advice?