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What oil is inside a 1/3 HP 1725 RPM effluent pump

I opened the case of a 1/3 HP 1725 RPM 115V 1 Phase effluent pump and lost some of the oil inside. I want to refill it. What kind of oil is it?

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  • weidongwdh Jul 05, 2009

    I fingered out it is transformer oil

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You can refill it with capella oil. This is the same as the oil used in refrigerator compressors, and be acquired
from stores specializing in refrigeration and airconditioning. Send us an e-mail for further assistance.

Posted on Oct 29, 2009

  • rolando ingking Oct 29, 2009

    You can refill it with capella oil. This is the same as the oil used in refrigerator compressors, and be acquired
    from stores specializing in refrigeration and airconditioning. Send us an e-mail for further assistance.

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