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Old 01-09-2017, 9:36 AM   #1
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Return pump plumbing question

Never thought of this before but is it possible to have too small of a return line and it lead to premature pump failure?

My return died after 2 ish years. It was a jaebo dc9000 and the tank uses a 3/4" return line. Could that have caused it to fail? What size line should I use for that sized pump?

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