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Taco pump is "clicking"

Santa_BobSanta_Bob Posts: 3Member
My Taco 007 circulator pump is making a clicking noise every few seconds. It sounds like a solenoid click. It is still running, and I still have heat upstairs. Would you guess I need to replace the cartridge? Any other thoughts?

Thanks in advance.


  • billtwocasebilltwocase Posts: 2,122Member ✭✭✭
    replace complete circ

    The cost of a cartridge compared to the whole circulator, it is not worth just replacing the cartridge anymore. I would also look into a Wilo instead. They don't last like they used to
  • Joe MattielloJoe Mattiello Posts: 515Member ✭✭

    Hi, I'm not sure what the clicking noise is, butt I'm sure we can diagnose the noise if you can record it, and call me at 401-942-8000 with the recording.

    The pump is covered under a three year warranty, so if it's a pump issue, which of course can happen, taco will replace it.

    When you call, we will talk about your system to see if you have the right pump installed. You know, you can buy a pump or any from any manufacturer, but always consider the service after the sale. Look forward to talking with you on Monday.

    Btw, I hope my big fingers didn't mess up the wording too bad, I'm using my incredible iPhone. Great too, and support!!
    Joe Mattiello
    Application Field Service Engineer
    Taco, Inc.
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