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What kind of oil do you put in a tsc130 wayne sump pump

I got water in my pump

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The seal is bad and adding new oil will not fix that problem. If you get the seal fixed, normally you use 20 wt non-detergent oil in submersible pumps.

Posted on Jun 27, 2009

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