Question about Sta Rite STA-RITE 1 HP DURA-GLAS PUMP
If the seal behind the impeller is leaking theres water in the motor. you could probably replace the seal and dry it out...maybe. if the pump does turn thats probably the issue
Posted on Nov 12, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to get to the shaft at the back of the motor to hold it while you use water pump pliers or the like to turn it off. It will unscrew in the regular direction but if it has a set screw to hold it in (You will find this at the center of the impeller) this will be a left hand screw so you will go clockwise to loosen it. This should get the impeller off. If not you will need to put a screwdriver in the side of the impeller and give it a hit to lossen the impeller. Good luck.
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
SOURCE: Sta-Rite 1HP inground pool pump
Any time an electrical appliance trips a breaker there is only several causes:
1 - appliance is pulling more amperage than the breaker was built for.
2 - breaker is faulty
3 - a "hot" wire is touching "ground"
4 - screws (where wire is attached) in the pump or breaker are loose
1 - If the appliance is pulling more amperage than the breaker (or wiring) will allow, then check the appliance to see what amperage it's rated at. If this is more than the breaker will allow, you'll have to plug the appliance into a circuit that will take that amperage. If the appliance rating is within the limits of the wiring & breaker, then check #2, #3 or #4 above. If everything is okay with the remaining possibilities, then you have problems within the pump. Do it yourself'ers usually have a bad time when they open an electric motor. I suggest you take the motor to a electric motor repair shop or seek help from the Sta-Rite pump Customer Service.
Posted on Jul 02, 2010
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SOURCE: I have a P2RA5F-182L Sta-rite
Contact me thru www.arrowmotor.net; we stock the part you need. To ensure you get the correct version it would be helpful if you took a digital picture so you can send it in an email.
To answer your question, yes - you could strip all the wires back and bypass the terminal board but in the long run it will make it much harder to install the part since you will need to put all new terminal ends on including a female pin style that requires a special crimper.
Posted on May 12, 2011
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