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    H10pro

    The air pump on my h10pro just started making weird noises. Does anybody know what the cost is to have baccarah to repair and replace the pump?
    Or is There somewhere I could buy the pump and do it myself. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deathpunch0311 View Post
    The air pump on my h10pro just started making weird noises. Does anybody know what the cost is to have baccarah to repair and replace the pump?
    Or is There somewhere I could buy the pump and do it myself. Thanks
    I’m pretty sure you cannot buy the pump. Bacharach is likely the only place to get it serviced. 1-800-736-4666


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    Bacharach part number. 3015-0906 about $70





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    Quote Originally Posted by Spitz View Post
    Bacharach part number. 3015-0906 about $70





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    Is it easy to change?

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    I Dont own one and never repaired one. If that is indeed the correct part it looks like 3 screws, 2 hose connections and 1 electrical plug.

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    My H10 Pro pump is not like the one pictured, it is a vibratory pump, I have had it apart to dry it out sorit would work again.

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    Maybe this one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spitz View Post
    Maybe this one

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    Yes

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    I had read that the h10 pro pump was more powerful than the h10 pump in a review.


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    People need to be careful when sourcing parts. Though the names are similar, there is a difference between the new H10 Professional and the H10 PM. They even had a H10 Professional years ago. It was battery powered and looked similar to the standard pug in model H10. Not sure why they didn't use a different name to avoid confusion. Or why they stayed with a lead acid battery.


    Here is the H10PM


    And here is the old H10 Professional


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