Is Running Your Jetter Dry a Death Sentence to Its Pump?

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Most jetter pumps generally can handle the heat buildup of running dry for a while, but thermal shock can cause instantaneous damage that can immediately put your jetter out of business. Aaron and Jonesie from Jetters Northwest explain two simple steps to prevent thermal shock, and what actually happens if a pump runs dry for too long.

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