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I am working on a sta-rite pump model # p2rasf-182l - What seal do i need?

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SOURCE: Sta Right model P2RASF-182L (RPM 3450) sounds like

If the noise you are hearing is like a grinding, then the bearings are gone. Sta-Rite does not make the motors for their pumps, either AO Smith, or Centurian, makes them, so they recommend that you replace the motor with a new one. You can try a small motor repair shop in your area.

If it is an AO Smith motor, you may be able to find more information at the following website:

http://www.aosmithmotors.com/html/products/productLiterature.html

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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