Question about Flotec 1/6 Hp 1260 Gph Utility Submersible Pump
I left it running and water ran out. Does this have a fused? I can't seem to open it. It has a alan nut on the top that I removed as wel as all other screws.
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Posted on Feb 24, 2009
The impeller screws on the motor shaft. First replace the through bolts in the motor. These are the long bolts, they will just cause headachs. On the back of the motor their will be a place to hold the shaft from turning, If you hold the shaft the impeller just unscrews. If you look in the center of the impeller it may have a set screw holding it to the shaft. If you have one of these it will be a left hand screw. Then you will need to break the impeller free as the brass that holds the impeller on will stick to the stainless steel of the shaft. Don't let how tight this is fool you when you put this back together it just goes on hand tight. Good luck
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
The pump will usually run a little stream of water out at the rear, no worry about that...
The reason it will not shut off is because the float is stuck or the float is bad...
Tap on the float and make sure it can go all the way down...
If it still does not shut off then the float needs to be replaced..
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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