20 Most Recent Hayward Pool Products HAYWARD 1.5 HP 2 SPEED SUPER PUMP - INGROUND POOL PUMP - Questions & Answers


It sounds like the wear ring on the impeller is hitting the diffuser. If it is new call Hayward to fix it under warrenty
Best of luck

Hayward Pool... | Answered on Jun 26, 2016


When it starts to make noise is when it's time to worry.

Hayward Pool... | Answered on Nov 07, 2014


you don't say the volume of the pool, but if the 1.5 was working before and you are not adding too many turns, it will work.
David

Hayward Pool... | Answered on Apr 08, 2014


You dont really need to change anything ... just keep it in high speed. If you really want to remove the switch, remove the cover, follow the wires and comlete the circuit that is for the high speed setting. You will need a volt meter with contunity setting to complete this task.

Hayward Pool... | Answered on Jun 25, 2012


sounds like the tank is cracked. bummer .. if you remove the motor from the tank and let the tank dry you can see the cracks as small black lines, and there is no real good patch for this, i recomend to all of my customers to sclicone the seal plate to the tank body do to the pumps poor design.. yo just might need a new tank assy there not cheap so i recommend you hunt down your local pool pump motor repair guy with free testing and see if he has a used one and how to install it so to get best performance out of it.. these guys know pumps and can save you thousands of dollhairs over the years.. a used tank $50 or less .. Jay .. Florida where the pools open 365 days a year

Hayward Pool... | Answered on Dec 14, 2011


Any pool store in your area should have a 201 mechanical seal available. If not, try looking under pump repair for a shop in your area. It is a very common seal and is interchangeable with the Hayward super pump seal so it should not be hard to find.

John

Hayward Pool... | Answered on Jun 20, 2011


You probably can but don't. Use the online price to negotiate a better deal with the installer, then if it goes wrong they can't say "you bought the pump so it is not my responsibility" etc. Better to let the installer give you a comprehensive warranty.
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Hayward Pool... | Answered on Mar 05, 2011


NOT A MOTOR TO TAKE LIGHTLY 2 SPEEDS ARE BIG $$$ . TAKE 4-6 . 9/16 BOLTS OUT OF PUMP DISCONNECT POWER (LOOK) WRITE DOWN COLOR OF WIRES AND PLACE THEY GO TAKE PICTURE ! ! AND DO NOT TRY TO TAKE ANYTHING ELSE APART ! SEARCH FOR YOUR LOCAL POOL PUMP REPAIR GUY WITH FREE TESTING USE YOU ZIP CODE IN YOUR SEARCH .COULD BE JUST A BAD BREAKER BUT NOT WORTH THE CHANCE..HAVE A PRO LOOK AT IT. BEST OF LUCK .. VOTE IF'N I WAS OF HELP

Hayward Pool... | Answered on Aug 03, 2010


It cost's more and thats it unless you have the switching to run it. If so you can use low speed to clean and heat to save money on your elect. bill.

Hayward Pool... | Answered on Jun 27, 2010


Probally it is your plumbing in and out of the pump has shrunk from the heat and causing it to **** air. You will need to replumb and do the pressure side of the pump at the same time as it has probally shrunk also and will leak water when you get it going. Just for good measure you should do the pump seal at the same time.

Hayward Pool... | Answered on Jun 26, 2010


Take the two sections apart, remove the seal and put the two sections back together.You will be able to see any gaps if they are warped. A straight edge might work too. Also inspect the surfaces for any cracks. The can get a hairline crack if the sections are tightened to tight, and the seal is out of the grooves. If all is ok, silicone the seal, silicone the grooves, then put the pump back together. This will help keep the seal in place. I just use a pool/spa sealer like Leslies Pool and spa lubricant.

Hayward Pool... | Answered on Jun 26, 2010


Nope.... just replace the motor.... Some shops will redo bearings, but usually a 30 day warranty and a long wait.. Walk out the door with a new one with usually a 1 year warranty...

Hayward Pool... | Answered on Jun 17, 2010


Is the pump 120V or 220V? 120V you will need a 20 A breaker. 220V you will only need a 15 A breaker.

Hayward Pool... | Answered on Jun 06, 2010


I would think so. It is probally a newer model with heaver ribs or stronger plastic. They find weakness in these and fix the newer ones. So I would guess so.

Hayward Pool... | Answered on Apr 24, 2010


Sounds like the motor is not turning. Check your impeller and motor to see if it spins freely by hand.

If not then you either have something stuck in the pump or the bearings are bad. If it is freely spinning, check your start capacitor

Hayward Pool... | Answered on Apr 16, 2010


You may have been running it on the wrong voltage for 3 years especiallyif you feeding it 120 volts to a 220 setup. Assuming it is getting the right voltage and it clicks off and on you run winding is bad so the start winding cliicks on to bring it up to run speed opens the switch but the run winding isnt there so it repeats the process forever till it fails.

Hayward Pool... | Answered on Sep 05, 2009

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