Hayward Garden - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support
Good day, this is John the Hayward tech. I have given you a link to the Power Flo II owners guide. You will need to remove the screws on the front of the black plastic housing to access the impeller. Holding the shaft of the motor you will need to turn the impeller CC to remove. Once removed you will need to remove the four motor through bolts that both hold the motor together and hold the housing to the motor. Take a look at the manual parts breakdown. Strongly recommend letting a dealer perform this procedure. Always replace all gasgets and seals. http://www.hayward-pool.com/pdf/manuals/PowerFloLXandPowerFloII.pdf
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on Apr 02, 2015
Pump Size How to Calculate
Pump Size Calculation: Gauging the correct size for your water garden pump will ensure your pond receives the proper water circulation. Unless the pump you buy is already configured with a built-in fountain head, you'll need to calculate how much a pump can handle before you choose a certain size or model. A good rule of thumb is that pumps should be able to pump out about half the pond volume every hour. So a pump that moves 500 gallons per hour would be appropriate for a 1,000 gallon pond. In order to determine the size pump you'll need, you must calculate several key measurements.
on Oct 02, 2011
Hayward Heat Pro Electric won't stay running
from the Hayward support site....
Why is my pump cutting off and on every 5-10 seconds?
- Hayward motors are factory wired for 240 volts unless the motor is 120 volts ONLY. Check the voltage of the incoming supply power and ensure the motor is wired or can be wired for this voltage (data plate on motor will help provide voltage and wiring information). Also check for loose or badly connected wires. Contact a certified electrician for repair.
on Sep 09, 2011
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