Question about Emerson Pool & Spa
Less hassle to replace whole pump if motor overheating ruining seals and possible distortion of plastic housing might leak
Posted on Mar 24, 2018
NOT tat bad, (first x2) shut breaker off next take off the stainless steel band, pull motor and seal plate back from plumbing portion use wrench on back of the shaft of the motor, impeller screws off to the left, take out 4 9/16 bolts that attach the motor to the seal plate, give seal plate a tug and it should separate from the motor. use new seals especially the shaft seal (the one w/the spring in it) and put it back together. tap on the SS band this allows it to evenly pull up around the tank body lastly FILL PUMP (prime) with water.
or search for your LOCAL POOL PUMP MOTOR REPAIR GUY. and ask about installing the motor on the seal plate.
I charge $20 and it includes the shaft seal (most pumps)
Posted on Jun 07, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
According to our Emerson parts dealer, parts for that motor and the motor itself are obsolete. They could not provide a part number to search for or an equal part either. We can quote you a new BN34 if you wish to contact us through www.arrowpools.net.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
It's sounds normal the motor will get hot. If it were overheating it should automatically shut down wait to cool off and restart.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
remove the 3 screws on the front with 1/4 inch nut driver remove the diffuser and mounting plate remove cap covering the bolt head on the back of the motor hold the motor shaft with an ajustable wrench or vicegrips turn the impeller counter clockwise it should only be hand tight unscrew the impeller
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
Well, something is wrong. Either the pump or the wiring from the switch to the pump. Pull the pump and take it to a motor shop and have them check it out.
Posted on Oct 20, 2010
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There is no polarity associated with the leads in an AC system. You simply have 2 hot wires and you can hook either one to either Line 1 or Line 2. Motor rotation is not dictated by the connection arrangement of these leads. Ground the motor with the grounding wire and again with the bond wire if one is present.
You can remove the riser that is positioned under the motor to allow for a 56 size stator to fit in place of the 48 size stator the original Hayward (AOSmith) motor was.
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Posted on Nov 02, 2010
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