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I need an impeller, the manual says ATLANTIC Model ATL 140 Sand Filter with Endura pump by Jacuzzi, and the part number is 05-8140-40; the Shaft Seal partbnumber is 10-0380-00

The measure of the impeller is: the outside circle 3 3/16" and the front circle 2", the thread is 1/4"

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We have those two replacement parts for the Endura Pool Pump.
Please call our office and we can get them for you.
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Posted on Feb 04, 2013

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I can't say for sure if it is on your model and I don't rember where it is located. But some of these had impellors that had a allen screw that locked it to the shaft. I know this is not much help but I hope it helps.

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SOURCE: My pool's sand filter is leaking at the cap.

Put the cap back on and get a two part apoxy that seals leaks more affectionatley known as pool puddy. surround the edge of the lid to the tank. it drys really hard and will seal the leak. use water when combining the two parts . it has the consistancy of play doe but dries like rock. Take equal parts and roll it in your hands like making a hamburger. then roll it and strecth it like thich spegetti and surround the lid against the tank.

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Hurlicon pump is throwing out sand from the water jets back into my pool as I am cleaning. Have tried to clean filter and back washed so many times but its not working.


make this steps and fix it. God bless you
Replace a pump seal:
  1. Turn off the pump motor and close the input and output valves.
  2. Loosen the fasteners that secure the tube connecting the pump and motor.
  3. Move the motor away from the pump housing.
  4. Remove fasteners holding the diffuser to the backplate.
  5. Inspect the diffuser and O-ring for wear, replacing as needed.
  6. As needed, remove fasteners attaching the impeller to the shaft. Alternately, the impeller may be screwed on to the end of the shaft.
  7. Remove the impeller and seal from the shaft.
  8. Inspect and replace the impeller and seal.
  9. Reassemble the pump.
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I can't get the impeller on to my jacuzzi pump


Check the location of the seal kit to make sure you put it back on the exact way the old one came off.
Is the impeller the exact same shape and size as the original?


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Jacuzzi pump motor leaks at the seal


This means that your pump seals are bad. They are an inexpensive part to replace luckily, but removing the impeller can be tough. There are a number of different Jacuzzi motor/pumps so be sure to get the right seal kit.

Briefly:
The trick is to stop the shaft from spinning while you loosen the impeller. FYI they don't usually come off easily, the older the pump the harder it is to remove the impeller.
On the rear of the motor there is a slot where you can put a flat screw driver into the back of the shaft to stop it from spinning. Once the impeller is off you can remove the volute (rear housing) and change the seal.
Let me know if you need more help.

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I have a Hayward Pro series Model S 180T and my pump is not pulling in the water through the skimmer like it did, therefore I am not getting the circulation in my pool like I had in the past. I checked all...


There are a few things to look at here. First is filter pressure.
Check the pressure guage on the filter . If it is at a normal pressure, you sand is probably fine, but do a 20 minute backwash anyways.

Next, are you out doors? if so, when the last time you serviced your pump. All it takes is a bad shaft seal, some pine needles, or some leaves to completely block the impeller in the pump. The is easy to check, simply remove the wet-end of the pump and look inside.

If its the shaft seal, the pump wouuld be dripping water in between the wet-end and the motor.

Also, make sure all skimmer baskets and/or main drains are clear of debris.

Also, make sure all valves are in the correct position.

If the pressure on the filter is normal, again, i wouldnt think its the filter sand.

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I have a 1 1/2 HP Magnum Force Pump by Jacuzzi. After making some strange grinding noise, I opened it up to find lots of white powdery material flaking off where the Seal Housing (#18) meets the motor...


Thank you for posting your question here on Fixya.com.


Yes, the seal has been leaking and it needs to be replaced; probably the motor bearings too.


Removing the impeller requires you lock the shaft as you turn the impeller off counter-clockwise. To lock the impeller you will have to remove the motor end cover or a cap covering the shaft end depending on which version your particular motor has. Look at the end opposite the pump and imagine a shaft from one end to the other right in the center.


Once you remove the cover you will see a slot for a screwdriver, a flat for a wrench, a hex hole for a hex key or some combination of these. Lock the shaft and spin off the impeller. Some are so tight you will end up breaking them in the process. Simply replace it and the seal. Be sure the motor shaft is in good enough condition to allow the new seal to work properly. If too much shaft material has rotted away the new seal will leak soon after it is installed; you would need a new motor at that point.


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Change pump seal


Frank,
I could not find a manual to refer you to as jacuzzi is very proprietary with their products, they want you to pay their techs for help. I will do my best to walk you through it using the parts diagram here: http://www.poolinspections.com/manuals/pumps/jacuzzi_magnum.pdf

Disconnect power
remove pump mounting nut
seperate motor from pump
remove the diffuser which is on top of the imeller
now remove the end cap at the rear of the motor (should be 2 1/4" hex screws)
this should expose the back end of the motor shaft.
find an open ended wrench to secure the end of the motor shaft we just exposed (typically is a 7/16" wrench)
*if this unit has a center screw securing the impeller to the other end of the shaft, unscrew this by turning CLOCKWISE (this would be a reverse thread screw)
next while locking onto the end of the motor shaft with the open ended wrench, spin the impeller counter clockwise until removed. This is where you will find the shaft seal. pay attention to how it is installed.
remove shaft seal
install new shaft seal
reassemble.
Note: it is highly recommended to secure new orings while replacing this seal (unless its new)
if you attempt this and one of the o-rings has deteriorated, it will not fit back together properly.

If you need any more help or advise, please contact me @:
adamh@newconceptchem.com

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Thanks,
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You should be able to remove the diffuser and then the impeller to gain access to the shaft seal on these pool pumps. Your users manual should have a diagram.

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Rod
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