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Bearing siezed in davey xp350t

Is it cost effective to replace bearing

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You can go ahead and disassemble your Davey pump.
You can take the bearing off. On it, at the side, you will
find the bearing number (could be 6001, 6002, 6201, etc.) etched. You can buy the replacement bearing from
hardwares near you.

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If the bearings have siezed, then other symptoms that have been leading up to the failure will typically include:

A clonking noise as you lift and release the inner drum (this is the inner drum rattling on its bearings and/or hitting the outer drum), but as I say, with siezed bearings, this may not be the case.

You will have become aware of the spin cycle becoming far noisier recently and possibly even a grinding crunching noise when the machine spins.

When you turn the stiff drum by hand, it may not only be stiff, but you may be aware of a grinding crunching noise that you can also feel transmitting through the drum as you turn it at the same time (the broken bearing catching up on smashed bits as you turn the drum)


A leak from under the machine, which you will probably be able to trace to the back of the machine, coming from the centre of the drum. This is a result of the failing bearing allowing water to escape through the seal at the rear.

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I need to replace the front & rear bearing on my Davey 95D pump Ineed to know the bearing part numbers. Thank you Glenn


You can go ahead and disassemble your Davey pump.
You can take the bearing off. On it, at the side, you will
find the bearing number (could be 6001, 6002, 6201, etc.) etched. You can buy the replacement bearing from
hardwares near you.

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