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January 9th, 2010 at 4:54 am

Spa Pump Service Index

Rebuilding Pumps, Seal Replacement, etc.. Graphic Pump Diagram
The purpose of these sections are to show you how to repair spa … pumps.    While every effort is made to be sure that virtually all areas of complexity are covered, you may find it more difficult or sometimes easier to accomplish this task.  Use common sense.  If your pump(s) are different from those that are depicted here, then do not use these instructions. This pages are for general reference only.
Safety Warnings!
Remove Power from the spa/hot tub BEFORE performing this procedure.  Failure to comply with this requirement, can lead to electrical shock and/or electrocution! Disclaimer

The instructions here are intended for general reference only. Many pumps are different from the one depicted here, and may require more or less mechanical effort or knowledge in order to achieve the desired results.
READ FIRST BEFORE YOU CONTINUE
Pumps and Parts Price Listings: Complete Pumps, Wet Ends, Motors, Seals, Impellers, Kits.
In this pump assembly procedure, we are building an entirely new pump, using a 1.0 HP Emerson motor, and a center discharge Waterway wet end. Click here to check it out.

A typical Aqua-Flow, Flo-Master pump seal replacement sequence.   This sequence shows the replacement of a newer style 3 piece 200 series pump seal. Click here to see this sequence.

Here we are removing a Cal-Spa pump motor from the spa and installing a new wet end assembly.  If you’re having a hard time figuring out how to remove the impeller on a rusted shaft, then this section is for you. Those of you with difficult to remove impellers will appreciate this sequence. Work Surface

This example of wet end removal and installation, is being done with a 3/4 HP Flo-Master FMCP series pump, by Aqua-Flo.  We are removing an older .75 HP Franklin Electric pump motor, and replacing it with a new 1.5 HP Magnetek pump motor. We are also upgrading the impeller size to achieve a higher water flow rate, to take advantage of the increased horsepower capacity of the new motor. Click to see this procedure. Flo-Master Pump...

Ready for an industry standard pool and spa pump?  This sequence shows how we replace a pump seal on a Sta-Rite Industries P2R series pump, installed on a Watkins Hot Springs Spa.  This sequence is applicable to tens of thousands of probably -the most installed- pool and spa pump in the entire leisure industry. GO! {short description of image}

Another example of the Sta-Rite pool and spa pump.  In this example we’re replacing the motor, and all of the seals. GO! Sta-Rite Pool Pump

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