Question about Homelite Plumbing
Posted by Anonymous on
Few years late but here: guessing your problem area is the impeller blade? remove impeller blade by turning clockwise ( i put a screwdriver in the pull cord fin to stop shaft). Then remove spring around rubber gasket behind blade (then rubber gasket pulls off shaft. everything else just UN-bolts. Just figured it out myself today.
Posted on Mar 22, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: have a homelite AP-125 -
Your best bet is to ask Homelite directly for the pump curve. Since Homelite does not appear to offer it anymore I could not find anyone who published the information, hence the referal to Homelite. A typical pump curve for a small pump like this will show GPM or GPH based on several discharge heights. You do not need to consider the overall run of pipe or hose but only the total change in height. In other words, pumping thru 150' of 3/4" hose up an incline that has a total rise of 12' would end up delivering the GPM for 12' on the curve or something very close anyway.
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Posted on Jan 04, 2011
Homelite still has some parts for this pump
go to http://hcpi.arinet.com/scripts/EmpartISAPI.dll?MF
search for AP125 with no space
pick your model
parts list will come up
Posted on Jun 28, 2011
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