Question about Little Giant VCMA-15ULST, 1/50 HP, 65 GPH - Automatic Condensate Removal Pu
My Little Giant TP-15ULST (VCMA-15ULST?) condensate pump runs constantly without pumping down the full reservoir. If I tap vigorously on the top of the pump it seems to "prime" it(though I know it does not require priming. Anyway, it will then work for a few pumping cycles and then go back to running with no pumping. I opened up the pump and saw that the impeller was not connected to the shaft. Does it just connect by friction when water pushes up against it or is it supposed to have a firm connection? If so, what do I do? Glue it?
This fix will not last to long as the soap and warm water will soften the super glue
Posted on Dec 30, 2013
Testimonial: "I suspect you may be correct. I guess time will tell. However, when I first posted this it went under washing machines so I reposted it. This pump is a condensate pump for my gas furnace. Therefore there is no soap or warm water. Do you have a better solution?"
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