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What is the part number 2260 pump seal oring that hold the impella

2260 ext filter i need the part number for the oring for the impeller cover

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Why can't I get the pump to prime and pump?


Replace ANY orings, gaskets, or seals in front of pump. The Suction/Inlet side.
Replace the Shaft Seal, that is the one between the motor and the Wet End. Right at the impeller.
check for wear or slippage, or breakage of the impeller.
good luck.

May 28, 2015 | Plumbing

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Installed new pro series sand filter model s244t. same size filter as we had before. bottom drain has been plugged and not in use. can prime pump basket and backwash with limited flow. same thing when...


check impeller may be worn might need replacing scuffing markers change orings too maybe bad seal on pump too push seal out with fingers try running vac on sucktion side of fittings some thing stuck in linerun hose thought it back wash and rinse not waste

Jun 12, 2011 | Hayward SAND FILTER, PRO SERIES

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Dishwasher will not pump water out


The impeller of the pump-out pump siezes OR the impeller siezes because the water seals inhibit it from turning.
Problem well described in Owners Manual.
Yo may need to empty with a bucket initially.
Under the filter plates, there's a plastic access cover to the impeller.
You need to remove 1 Philips Head screw, the cover lifts off, and you can see the impeller, it is about 25mm (1") in diameter.
Remove any foreign material in or around the impeller.
Spin the impeller by hand.... it sometimes feels a little resistant, as though the seals on its shaft are gripping it.... this is OK.
Reassemble and try it out.

Good Luck

Dec 21, 2010 | Bosch SHU9915UC Dishwasher

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How do I remove the Impeller of my aquaflo flomaster pump? I have the pump open, and I loosened the 4 screws at the base of the motor so the volute spins freely, but the impeller isn't detaching. Bruce...


At the end you loosened the motor thru-bolts you should have a cap covering the motor shaft end. Remove it to find the end of the shaft. Depending on the motor brand and age you should have either a flatted surface for a wrench or a slot for a screwdriver to secure the shaft from turning. Turn the impeller off counter-clockwise. Some impellers are so stuck you can not free them holding the shaft end this way. Disassemble the rotor from the pump motor and lock the whole works in a vise to then get a better grip on the impeller. Impellers are often cracked from seal failure so do not be surprised if your impeller breaks up before coming off the shaft.

The replacement part number is the 8 digits you will find molded into the impeller plastic. For a quote on a replacement part(s) please contact us thru www.arrowpools.net.

John

Nov 10, 2010 | Aqua Flo Aquaflo Flo Master Xp2 Spa Pump...

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Pump seal is leaking water. I removed the screws holding the pump together. How do I remove the impellor to get at the seal?


This is from one of my previous posts, may be some extra steps, but should cover what you need... Turn off the electric first. Now split the pump in two by removing the large clamp or 4-6 bolts holding the two halves together. (not the 4 bolts holding the motor to seal plate, but the the bolts holding the seal plate to the seal plate housing). Once you remove the clamp or bolts, the motor with seal plate, diffuser, and Impeller can all be pulled back away from the pump. Then disconnect the electrical from the motor and you can pull the motor with the seal plate, and impeller all the way out and work on it. To get to the impeller, you need to remove the diffuser (plastic housing that goes around the impeller) usually by a series of 3 to 6 small screws. To remove the impeller you need to lock the motor and unscrew impeller. Depending on the motor, you remove a cap in the middle of the tail piece and hold with a wrench, or remove a cap that covers the whole end and grab the shaft with a wrench (usually 7/16") by sliding it under the thermal overload switch, or removing the capacitor for even easier access. Once you've locked the shaft, you can just unscrew impeller. If the impeller has a bolt or screw in the middle remove that first. this screw will be reverse thread so make sure you don't turn the wrong way and break or strip. If there is no screw, or after you've removed it, just spin the impeller off (standard thread). If you can't do it by hand and assuming you don't have an impeller wrench, be very careful and use a large pliers, pipe wrench, or strap wrench to loosen it. After that you unbolt the motor from the seal plate, pull the seal plate away from motor (this removes half the seal), and then pop the other half of the seal from the seal plate. Make sure to replace the shaft seal, and use a tiny bit of pool lube on the rubber parts when installing, but keep the white ceramic, and black graphite surfaces 100% free of any dirt, grease, etc while working with them. Installation is pretty much just the reverse. Install half the seal into the seal plate. Install the seal plate onto motor and bolt into place. Install other half of seal onto shaft. Screw impeller onto shaft and install screw (if one was there to start with) in center of impeller (reverse thread). install diffuser over impeller make sure it is centered and doesn't rub the impeller hub. Install new diffuser and valute o-rings. Hookup wiring before re-attaching to rest of pump. Clamp or bolt back together. Pour plenty of water into pot to prime and flip the motor on for a sec or two. Pour some more water. Install pot lid. You should be good to go. Keep in mind there are many different pumps and some variations to the above instructions, but the above should cover most situations. Hope this helps. If you need further assistance post a reply in the comments, and don't hesitate to leave a good thumb rating if you found this helpful. Thanks, and good Luck!

Oct 03, 2010 | Dynamo ABOVEGROUND POOL PUMP - 1.5HP -

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How do you replace a seal on a Sta-Rite pool pump? How do you remove the old seal? Ceramic and graphite.


Replacing a shaft seal requires some good mechanical ability.
first, always make sure power is off at the breaker before you work.
You'll have to remove the band holding the wet end to the seal plate. Then remove the diffuser covering the impeller. Remove the cover on the back of the motor. You either need a 7/16 open end wrench or a armature tool to hold the motor shaft while you unthread the impeller (if the impeller has a screw in the middle, you will have to remove it by turning clockwise, left hand threads) counterclockwise. You can then pull the carbon part of the seal off of the impeller, make sure to remove all of it including the metal sleeve. You will then have to remove the seal plate and push the ceramic part out from the back. You can then clean and lube the seal plate and install the new ceramic part of the seal, try not to touch the ceramic with your hands if possible. You can then lightly lube the impeller shaft and slide the carbon part of the seal with the carbon facing toward the ceramic as you thread it on. If the seal plate had a copper heat sink, you can either replace it or use a different size seal. (I believe it's a PS-201) Re-install the seal plate, impeller (and screw if applicable) and diffuser. You should now be ready to mate the seal plate to the wet end. Make sure you fill the pump before you try starting it up, especially with a new (dry) seal.

Aug 14, 2010 | Sta Rite 1 HP Sta-Rite Pump: 1.5" in/out,...

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Water coming out down by motor , pump is pumping but leaking. how do you get impeller off


sounds like a shaft seal leak..... cut power to pump ... unbolt the motor at the seal plate and pull motor from pump... take electrical cover off back of pump and hold the shaft at the middle (may have to do some digging to find it) of the back of the pump... now youll be able to remove the impeller by spinning it counter clockwise...
make sure you dont go cheap on the seals... and make certain to replace all seals on pump
(diffuser oring, housing gasket, shaft seals, and lid gasket

May 23, 2010 | Hayward 1hp Power Flo Matrix Above Ground...

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Need instructions on how to replace seals


ok, I will try my best. First, make sure power is off to the pump. Then, remove the six bolts and nuts on the front (wet) end of the pump and expose the impeller. On the back of the motor, you will need to remove the small dust cap in the center. Underneath that dust cap should be the shaft that is slotted. You will need a large screwdriver to hold it from turning as you remove the impeller by turning it counter-clockwise. Once the impeller is off, remove the four bolts holding the seal-plate onto the motor. Once you have the seal plate off, press the old seal out by pushing from behind with a flat tip screwdriver. Once the (ceramic part) seal is out, clean the area where the seal seats very thoroughly and apply some silicone lubricant or even Vaseline to for a nice uniform coat to the area, don't leave any of it dry but don't glob it on either. Next, pull the carbon/spring part of the seal off of the impeller by twisting pulling it at the same time. Make sure all of the seal comes off including the rubber washer/o-ring. Apply a very small amount of lube to the impeller shaft where the new seal will go. Install the new seal onto the impeller, be careful not to touch the carbon face of the seal if you can help it. Slide the seal all the way onto the shaft until it bottoms out. Next, install the ceramic part of the seal into the seal plate, be careful not to touch the ceramic surface. Press it into place using some paper of cardboard from the box the new seal came in. Make sure it seats all the way down, inspect it from the back to make sure the seal is completely seated. Install the seal plate back on and torque the four bolts onto the motor. Thread the impeller onto the shaft until it bottoms out, hold the shaft and tighten the impeller lightly, no need to crank on it, snug is good. Check and lube all your o-rings and install the wet end back onto the seal plate. Reinstall the motor shaft dust cover and you should be back in business. Be sure to fill the pump with water before turning it on. You can usually do this by starting your filter pump first.

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Sep 28, 2009 | Polaris Pb4 - 60 Booster Pump

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Replaceing the wet end seal on my hot tub


disconnect power take pump out remove front plate take back cover off motor use 7/16 wrench to hold shaft unless it has a place for a flat head screw driver at the back of the motor while holding shaft unscrew impellar counter clockwise take shaft seal off impellar make sure rubber gromet comes off with seal take back seal plate off motor by unscrewing bolts thru back of motor should be 4 knock out ceramic ring replace ceramic ring with rubber side toward plate reinstal back plate install seal on impeller with with flat side with rubber gromet toward back of impellar. screw impeller back on holding shaft if the shaft is rusty and pitted clean off with sand paper b4 reinstalling impellar lube up oring around front plate screw back tight and reinstal pump.

Sep 18, 2009 | Jacuzzi Impeller, L - 3/4 H.P

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Worn seal behind impella of yz250f yamaha


Take the water pump cover off, not the entire clutch cover. The water pump gear is driven by the primary drive gear on the crankshaft so you can put the bike in gear, stand on the brake and loosen the nut. I believe the impeller may be reverse threads. I'm not 100% positive of that.
You can also use a 3/8" air impact wrench to remove it.

Jan 02, 2009 | 2004 Yamaha YZ 250 F

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