Just got done with the repairman, dumb little plastic impeller in the pump slipped off the dumb little brass shaft and shredded a rubber o-ring. I thought cool! a couple of dollars worth of parts and we can have it running, too bad about the flat service call rate but oh well, such is life, now I know how to fix something else myself (I always study repairmen to learn their jobs for next time something breaks). WRONG. Apparently it is not possible to even order the small parts that make up the pump unit, entire unit has to be replaced. $146 part to replace a perfectly good electric motor and pump housing assembly for a darn impeller and rubber O-ring. I can see how the stupid impeller unit goes together but I can't get the friggen small parts to do the repair! Why can't the enviro-NAZIS that are telling me what kind of dang lightbulbs to use in my barn (the squiggly ones don't work in the cold and are full of mercury not allowed in a butchering area) get after this racket of requiring entire units of proprietery parts to be replaced rather than selling components when they are obviously repairable. Seems much more wasteful to me than a few KWH of electricity per year. Maytag can KMA, I'm buying the cheap made in China appliance next time! Shoot some holes in it and make a fish smoker when it breaks down.