Question about Hayward 3/4hp Super Pump Inground Pool Pump 115/230 Volt # Sp2605x7

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Switching my hayward pool pump from 230v to 115v. I was told i could just move the jumper, line up the arrows for 115 and be fine but my gfi keeps tripping out?

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  • jcv2273 Jul 05, 2009

    i changed the motor config,moved the jumper down 1 prong and lined up the arrows for 115v, now i get nothing gfi keeps kicking out??

  • Craig Butler
    Craig Butler May 11, 2010

    You changed the circuit feed to 115 volts? You changed the motor config to 115 volts?

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Setting the pump for 115V wont by itself cause the trip. There is either a ground in the circuit or the GFI is bad. You may want an electrician to test any further than this.

Posted on Jul 04, 2009

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