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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
while I can not personally vouch for this company, they do stock speck parts.
You will most likely need part # 2920741271 - O-RING (strainer tank) It's the o-ring that sits underneath the strainer lid and is most likely cause of your weak vac pressure. Make sure when you replace it, you use a good silicone based lube. It will help the lid seal better and prevent the o-ring from deteriorating faster if you used a petrol based lubricant.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
SOURCE: This is a Speck swimming
This is the most popular pump frame. The
motor will actually have a square flange as an integral part of the motor
(not the pump) on the front of the motor with 4 holes (one hole in each
corner of the flange). The pump body will be secured to this square flange
with 4 bolts, which are outside the round barrel of the motor.
Caution: Make certain the square
flange is part of the motor; not the pump body. Many pumps are square and
may appear to be part of the motor. Removing the motor from the pump will
allow you to make certain how the pump is fastened to the motor. How the
pump is fastened to the motor determines the basic type of frame.
Note: Also, some 48Y frame motors are actually thru-bolt style; therefore, check the mounting bolts to make certain they are not thru-bolt style as described below. Not a square flange on your motor? If you do not see a square flange as described above for the square frame motor, then you have a pump body, which mounts to the motor with 4 bolts accessible inside the pump case. This non-square frame will be a thru-bolt style frame, 56J frame, or 56C frame. How to determine if you have a 56J or 56C frame: The pump body mounts to the face of the motor with 4 bolts just inside the circumference of the motor barrel. To see these mounting bolts, you must take apart the pump body and look inside the pump. The bolts will be fastened into the face of the motor with threaded holes. 56J frame: If your pump body mounts into the face of the motor as described in the previous paragraph, and the impeller is threaded onto the motor shaft, then you have a 56J frame. Additionally, the impeller may be secured with a small screw, which is threaded into the center of the motor shaft. If the outside of the shaft is not threaded, maybe you have a 56C frame. 56C frame: If your motor has a shaft with a key-way (small metal key slides into a groove machined along the length of the motor shaft), then it is a 56C frame. These are very rare in today's pumps. If your pump is 20 years old or older, it may have a keyed shaft (56C), but even then is unlikely. The keyed shaft may also have an internal tapped thread to help hold the impeller once it slides over the key-way. Thru-bolt style frame: The motor mounting bolts are the key with this style of motor. Like the name implies, if the pump fastens with nuts to the 4 bolts, which pass all the way thru the motor, then you have a thru-bolt frame. These extremely long bolts (8 inches or longer) will go through the motor. These motors are popular on spas and above ground swimming pool pumps. NOTE: Sometimes these motors are also labeled 48Y frames, but they are not square flanged 48Y frames. Once you determine the frame, click on the link and view some motors to help determine horse power by analyzing the amperage comparisons.
Posted on Dec 06, 2010
SOURCE: MY E90 III SPECK POOL
Thank you for posting your question here on Fixya.com. Replace the mechanical seal located behind the impeller along the motor shaft. Half is on the impeller and half is in the seal plate. If this answer does not fix your problem, please comment with additional details prior to rating the answer. You may also contact me thru our website at www.arrowpools.net. Positive feedback is appreciated once your problem is solved! John
Thank you for posting your question here on Fixya.com.
Replace the mechanical seal located behind the impeller along the motor shaft. Half is on the impeller and half is in the seal plate.
If this answer does not fix your problem, please comment with additional details prior to rating the answer. You may also contact me thru our website at www.arrowpools.net. Positive feedback is appreciated once your problem is solved!
Posted on Apr 29, 2011
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I would check the correct voltage is being fed to the pump (220-230v). Otherwise call this guy at the company, he was pretty helpful to me. Remember you have a 2yr warranty.
Chris Calise ? Manager - Pool Sales
Speck Pumps ? 8125 Bayberry Road Jacksonville, FL 32256
Phone: 904-739-2626 ' Fax: 904-737-5261
Toll Free: 800-BADUJET (2238538)
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