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Need a manual and/or parts list for pump

This is an industrial impeller pump made and ordered from Germany. I have no idea where to get a manual for it. The serial number is JB-20050250-001 Any help would be appreciated.

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  • charles urban Apr 26, 2013

    Sorry, i forgot to add those. Gusher model# Dn-125-250B-28-40HP-W/sms sn# JB-20050250-001

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We need more information that what you provided.
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Manufacturer...Model Number...Serial Number before we can help find a manual for the motor
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