SEARS OWNER'S MANUAL MODEL NOS. 390.2622 390.262553 MODELNO. 390.2622 390.262553 390.2623 MODEL NO. 390.2623 I:RRFTSNFIN° CAUTION: Read and Follow All Safety Rulesand Operating Instructions Before First Use of This Product. Save ThisManual For Future Reference. HYDROGLASS ® HIGH PRESSURE SPRINKLER PUMP • Safety Instructions • Installation • Electrical • Maintenance • Repair Parts Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 PP4NTED IN U.S.A. U.S.A. FormNo.F642-04710 (8/6/o4) CONTENTS INTRODUCTION INTRO DU CTION/WARR.MNITy .......................................... SAFETY ............................................................................... PREPARATION .................................................................... INSTALLATION ................................................................ 2 2 3 3_i ELECTRICAL ..................................................................... OPERATION 54_ ........................................................................ MAINTENANCE 11 FOR SAFE INSTALLATION all safety instructions in this DANGER serious personal ignored. injury, [&WARNING_wPdRNI_IG cause serious personal age if ignored. minor personal The word important about death or major warns injury, [ A CAUTION ]CAUTION cause warns hazards about death hazards damage that or major property warns about hazards injury or property NOTICE indicates special but not related to hazards. that will cause property if can dam- that will or can damage instructions if ignored. which AND OPERATION! 2. Follow local and/or codes when installing _k This is the safety alert symboL When you see this symbol on your pump or in this manual, look for one of the following signal words and be alert to the potential for personal injury! _ in our warranty. 10 REPAIR PARTS .................................................................. Carefully read and follow manual or on pump. cover 8-9 ....................................................... RULES and cannot 7 ............................................................... TROUBLESHOOTING Please take a few minutes to read our instructions before you install and use your pump. This will help you obtain the full benefits from this pump. It will also help you avoid any needless service costs that result from causes we cannot control are 1. To avoid risk of serious bodily injury and property damage, read safety instructions carefully before installing pump. national pump. plumbing and electrical 3. Keep the well covered while instalfing pump to prevent leaves and other debris from Falling into well, contaminating well and possibly damaging pump. 4. Protect pump and piping system from freezing. Allowing pump or water system to freeze could severely damage pump and voids warranty. ] _kWARNING]Hazardous Voltage. cause death, or start fires. 5. Disconnect electrical working on pump. power source Can shock, before burn, installing 6. Ground pump with a ground wire run from grounding on motor to a grounded lead in the service panel. or lug 7. Line voltage and frequency of electrical power supply must agree with motor nameplate. 8.Use of fuses or wire smaller than size recommended in owner's manual can cause overheating, v_tll void warranty. possible 9. Pump water only with this pump. 10. Do not run pump dry. To do so will damage cause leaking and property damage. fires, and seals and can PREPARATION BASIC TOOLS AND MATERIALS Pipe Wrenches Hacksaw Adjustable Wrench Knife NOTICE: 1. Depth INSTALLATION NEEDED to water must not be more i Tee and Plug than 20'. Be sure water is clear of sand. and void the warranty. 3. Protect pump and all piping from freezing. Freezing will split pipe, damage pump and void the warranty. Check leeally for frost protection requirements (usually pipe must be 12" below frost line and pump must be insulated). all pipes and foot Be sure shape. 5. No air pockets 6. No leaks in suction pipe. Stik I to seal pipe joints. 7. Unions installed near pump and water servicing. Leave room to use wrenches. 8. [AWARNINGIPump body may explode booster pump. DO NOT use in a booster Co., Chicago, / Sand will plug the pump 4. in suction Sanitary Well Seal and reduce as possible: 2. Chemical Suction Pipe Screwdriver Check Valve Teflon Tape Long runs and many fittings increase friction flow. Locate pump as close to water source use as few elbows and fittings as possible. ' Lake valve are clean Foot Valve and in good Strainer pipe. Use Teflon 2590 0996 tape or Plasto-Joint Figure I - Cased/Dug source DRIVEN ffused as a 1. Inspect strainer WELL method below 2. which POINT Install a check valve in piping as shown in Figure 2. Flow arrow on check valve must point toward pump. matches Suction Pipe to Pump INSTALLATION foot valve to be sure to be sure it is clean. it works freely. Inspect Check-_. Valve 2. Connect foot valve and strainer to the first length of suction pipe and lower pipe into well. Add sections of pipe as needed, using Teflon tape on male threads. Be sure that all suction pipe is leakproof or pttmp v¢tll lose prime and fail to pump. Install foot valve 10 to 20 feet below the lowest level to which water will drop while pump is operating (pumping water level). Your well driller can furnish this information. 3. INSTALLATION 1. Connect the suction pipe to the drive point as illustrated in Figure 2. Keep horizontal pipe run as short as possible. Use Teflon tape on male pipe threads. Multiple well points may be necessary to provide sufficient water to pump. application_ IUinois. NOTICE: Use the installation your well type. Well Installation will aid in INSTALLATION CASED (Continued) Drive point i below water level Drive Coupling To prevent sand and sediment from entering the pumping system, the foot valve/strainer should be at least 5 feet above the bottom of the well. Drive Point 4. When the proper depth is reached, install a sanitary well seal over the pipe and in the well casing. Tighten the bolts to seal the casing. 5. When using a foot valve, a priming in Figure 1 are recommended. 2589 0996 tee and plug as shown Figure 2 - Driven Point Installation DUG WELL OR OPEN WATER INSTALLATION HORIZONTAL PUMP 1. Follow 1. Never install a suction pipe tion tapping of the pump. cased well installation, steps 1, 2, 3 and 5. 3 PIPING FROM WELL that is smaller than TO the suc- INSTALLATION 2. To aid priming on driven point installations, install a line check valve as shown in Figure 2. Be sure check valve flow arrow points toward pump. DISCHARGE 1. PIPE SIZES (Continued) sprinkler systems. A suggested mtdtiple discharge to service is shown in Figure 3. Do not use application. Pump/Piping If increagmg discharge pipe size, install reducer in pump discharge tapping. Do not increase pipe size by stages. 2. When the pump is set away from the points of water use, the discharge pipe size should be increased to reduce pressure losses caused by friction. in a pressure PUMP tank or booster pump Installation INSTALLATION • Up to 100' run: Same size as pump discharge • 100' to 300' run: Increase one pipe size. NOTICE: Use Teflon tape supplied with the pump for making all threaded connections to the pump itself. Do not use pipe joint compounds on the pump: they can react with the plastic in the pump components. • 300' to 600' run: Increase two pipe sizes. 1. Bolt pump LAWN SPRINKLING tapping. 2. APPLICATION This pump is designed for lawn sprinkling. It is designed to deliver plenty of water at full sprinkler pressure. It can pump from a pond, cistern or well points. Pump discharge can be divided to supply two (2) or more Support to solid, level foundation. all piping connected to the pump. 3. Wrap 1-1/2 to two layers of Teflon tape clockwise (as you face end of pipe) on all male threads being attached to pump. 4. Tighten joints hand tight plus 1-1/2 turns. Do not over- tighten. NOTICE: Install pump as close to water source as possible. Long piping runs and many fittings create friction and reduce flow. To Service Priming Plug Use schedule 80 or iron pipe. See "Well Pipe Installation" more information. for Valve 846 0494 Figure 3 - Multiple DISCHARGE PRESSURE PSI 10 15 20 25 30 35 4O 45 50 DISCHARGE PIPE TAPPING SUCTION PIPE TAPPING Figure 4 - Bolt Pump Down Discharge TABLE II - PERFORMANCE 3_,2622 1H.P. 5' 55 51 45 38 31 23 17 10' 49 46 42 35 28 19 13 15' 48 45 39 32 24 16 8 20' 45 44 37 29 20 11 - CHART (IN GALLONS Figure 5 - Independently Support All Piping Attached To Pump PER MINUTE) 390.262553 1-1/2H.P. DISTANCE ABOVETO 5' 10' 15' 67 61 56 66 58 55 61 56 54 55 52 51 48 45 44 39 37 34 33 27 20 10 14 8 390.2623 2 H.P. WATER 20' 46 45 44 43 37 28 11 - 5' 69 65 59 52 47 42 34 25 14 10' 67 63 56 50 45 38 30 18 7 1-1/2" NPT 1-1/2" NPT 2" NPT 1-1/2" NPT 1-1/2" NPT 2" NPT 15' 65 60 54 48 42 35 27 13 - 20' 62 58 52 45 40 32 23 10 ELECTRICAL Connection diagram for dual voltage, single-phase motors. Your dual-voltage motor's terminal board (under the motor end cover) will match one of the diagrams below. Follow that diagram ff necessary to convert motor to 115 Volt power. Connect power supply wires to L1 and L2. For 3-phase motors, or if motor does not match these pictures, follow the connection diagram on the motor nameplate. 230 Volt to 115 Volt Conversion, Plug-in Type: Move plug to change voltage. 230 Volt to 115 Volt Conversion, Plug-in Type: 1. Pull plug straight out from terminal board; 2. Plug in again with arrow on plug pointing to '115 Volts'. V g Point Power Supply Wires Clamp the power cable to prevent strain on the spade connectors. Clamp the power cable to prevent strain on the terminal screws. Connect the green (or bare copper) ground wire to the green ground screw. Figure 6 - 115/230V [AWARNING_Hazardous cause death. Disconnect pump or motor. Ground supply. Connect the green (or bare copper) ground wire to the green ground screw. Dual Voltage Single Phase Wiring voltage. power motor Can shock, burn, _._( I%j ®_ Diagram. A Use wire size specified in Wiring Chart If possible, connect pump to a separate circuit with no other appliances on it. or to motor before working on before connecting to power 3782 1000 WIRING Wire motor according to diagram on nameplate. If nameplate diagram differs diagrams above, follow nameplate diagram. AGround motor before connecting to electrical power supply. Failure to ground motor can cause severe or fatal electrical shock hazard. 1. Install, ground, wire and maintain this pump in accordance with electrical code requirements. Consult your local building inspector for information about codes. ADo A not ground A (Page 6). branch to a gas supply 2. line. To avoid dangerous or fatal electrical OFF power to motor before working cal connections. shock, turn on electri- A Supply voltage must be within ±10% of nameplate voltage. Incorrect voltage can cause fire or damage motor and voids warranty. If in doubt consult a licensed electrician. 5 motor from Provide a correctly fused disconnect switch for protection while working on motor. Consult local or national electrical codes for switch requirements. ELECTRICAL 3. Disconnect power before servicing motor or pump. If the disconnect switch is out of sight of pump, lock it open and tag it to prevent unexpected power application. 4. Ground the pump permanently using a wire of the same size as that specified in wiring chart (below). Make ground connection to green grounding terminal under motor canopy marked GRD. or @. (Continued) wiring diagram on motor nameplate against Figure 6. If the motor wiring diagram does not match the diagrams in Figure 6, follow the diagram on the motor. IMPORTANT: 115/230 Volt single phase models are shipped from factory with motor wired for 230 volts. If power supply is 115 volts, remove motor canopy and reconnect motor as shown in Figure 6. Do not try to run motor as received on 115 volt current. 5. Connect ground wire to a grounded lead in the service panel or to a metal underground water pipe or well caSing at least 10 feet long. Do not connect to plastic pipe or insulated fittings. 6. Protect current carrying and grounding cuts, grease, heat, oil, and chemicals. 7. Connect current L2 under motor carrying canopy. conductors from conductors to terminals When replacing motor, L1 and check 8. Motor has automatic internal thermal overload protection. If motor has stopped for unknown reasons, thermal overload may restart it unexpectedly, which could cause injury or property damage. Disconnect power before servicing motor. 9. If this procedure consult a licensed or the wiring electrician. diagrams are confusing, WIRING CHART Recommended Wire and Fuse Sizes DISTANCE IN FEET FROM MOTOR TO METER Max, Branch Fuse* Rating* Amps Min, Wire Size 0' TO 50' 51' TO 100' 101' TO 200' 201' TO 300' 301' TO 400' 401' TO 500' Pump Model HP Volt Load Amps 390,2622 1 115 230 14.2 7.6 20 15 12 14 12 14 12 14 8 14 6 14 6 12 4 10 390.262553 1-1/2 115 230 19.2 9.6 25 15 10 14 10 14 10 14 8 14 6 12 4 10 4 10 390.2623 2 230 12.0 15 14 14 14 14 12 10 10 WIRE SIZE *Dual element or Fusetron time delay fuses recommended for all motor circuits. 6 OPERATION PRIMING THE PUMP NOTICE: 'Priming' refers to the pump expelling all air in the system and beginning to move water from its source out into the system. It does not refer only to pouring water into the pump (although pouring water in is usually the first step). NOTICE: NEVER run pump dry. Running pump water in it will damage seals and can melt impeller fuser. To prevent damage, fall pump with water starting. 1. Remove priming plug (Figure without and difbefore 7). Figure 9 - Run Ten Minutes ! Or Less If no water is produced within 10 minutes, stop pump, release all pressure, remove priming plug, refill and try again. [AWARNING_Hazardous pressure and risk of explosion and scalding. If pump is run continuously at no flow (that is, with discharge shut offor without priming), water may boil in pump and piping system. Under steam pressure, pipes may rupture, blow off of fittings or blow out of pump ports and scald anyone near, Figure 7 - Remove Priming Plug 2. Make sure suction and discharge valves and any hoses on discharge side of pump are open. 3. Fill pump and suction pipe with water. Figure I 0 - Do Not Shut Off To prevent Replace priming tighten plug. plug, using Teflon tape on nozzle, etc.) is B. If pump fails to produce water when attempting to prime, release all pressure, drain pump and refill with cold water after every two attempts. thread; C. When priming, monitor pump and piping temperature. If pump or piping begin to feel warm to the touch, shut off pump and allow system to cool off. Release all pressure in system and refill pump and piping with cold water. NOTICE: If a priming tee and plug have been provided for a long horizontal run, be sure to fill suction pipe through this tee and replace plug. (Don't forget to Teflon tape the plug.) 5. Discharge do the following: A. Be sure discharge (valve, pistol grip hose open whenever pump is running. Figure 8 - Fill Pump Before Starting 4. explosion, Run Pump With Start pump: water should be produced in 10 minutes or less, the time depending on depth to water (not more than 20') and length of horizontal run (10' of horizontal suction pipe = 1' of vertical lift due to friction losses in the pipe). 7 MAINTENANCE Pump and piping need not be disconnected to repair or replace motor or seal (see Figure 12). If motor is replaced, replace the shaft seal (Key No. 6, Page 11). Keep one on hand for future use. 2. If impeller must be replaced, loosen two machine screws and remove motor canopy (see Figure 14). Be sure to prime pump before starting. NOTICE: Check motor label for lubrication instructions. The mechanical shaft seal in the pump is water lubricated and sell-adjnsting. NOTICE: Drain pump when it might freeze. PUMP when disconnecting from service _WARNING To avoid electrical shockhazard, use insulated-handM screwdriver to short capacitorterminals as shown. or DISASSEMBLY Figure 1. Disconnect power to motor. NOTICE: Mark wires for correct . Figure I I - Disconnect clamp 14 - Hold Shaft assembly. 4. Unscrew capacitor clamp and remove disconnect capacitor wires to motor. 5. Slide 7/16" open end wrench in behind spring loaded switch on motor end of shaft; hold motor shaft with wrench on shaft flats and unscrew impeller by turning counterclockwise when looking into eye of impeller. 6. To reinstall, 7. See directions Power 2. Remove 3. Remove pump base mounting bolts. Motor assembly and back haft of pump can now be pulled away from pump front half (Figure 12). CAREFULLY remove O-Ring. I _kWARNING ]Capacitor voltage may be hazardous. To discharge capacitor, hold insulated handle screwdriver BY THE HANDLE and short capacitor terminals together (see Figure 14). Do not touch metal screwdriver blade or capacitor terminals. If in doubt, consult a qualified electrician. (see Figure 12). REMOVING 1. Follow _ Figure 12 - Slide Motor NOTICE: First, follow instructions 1. Remove four move diffuser be cleaned. o4_4 OLD instructions steps 1 through "Pump 5. Reassembly," Page 10. SEAL under "Pump Disassembly". IMPELLER under "Pump Disassembly". screws fastening diffuser to seal plate; re(see Figure 13). Exposed impeller can now Figure Figure under Do not 2. Follow steps 2 through 5 under "Cleaning/Replacing Impeller. 3. Unscrew four nuts holding pump back hall to motor. Remove rotating haft of seal by placing two screwdrivers under back haft of pump body and carefully prying up (Figure 15). Back haft of pump body vdll slide off shaft, bringing seal with it. Back CLEANING/REPLACING reverse capacitor. 13 - Remove Diffuser 15 - Remove Seal plate NOTICE: Be sure you do not scratch or mar shaft; if shaft is marred, it must be dressed smooth with fine emery or crocus cloth before installing new seal. DO NOT reduce shaft diameter! MAINTENANCE 4. Place pump body half face down on flat surface and tap out stationary half of seal (see Figure 16). (Continued) 9. Hold motor shaft with 7/16" open end wrench on shaft flats (Figure 14, Page 8) and screw impeller onto shaft. Be sure you do not touch capacitor terminals with body or any metal object. Tightening impeller will automatically locate seal in correct position. 10. Remount diffuser on pump body half with five screws. PUMP REASSEMBLY 1. Clean O-Ring and O-Ring groove. 2. Figure Put O-Ring in groove on face of flange; put pump together (see Figure 18). halves 16 - Tap Out Seal INSTALLING NEW SEAL 1. Wet outer edge of Rubber Cup on ceramic seat with fiquid soap. Be sparing! 2. Put clean cardboard washer on seal face. With thumb pressure, press ceramic seal half firmly and squarely into seal cavity in seal plate (see Figure 17). Polished face of ceramic seat is up. If seal will not seat correctly, remove, placing seal face up on bench. Reclean cavity. Seal should now seat correctly. Figure 3. 18 - Assemble Pump BE SURE inside of clamp is clean. Place clamp on pump halves; snug up. Alternately tighten screw and tap clamp with mallet to seat O-Ring (see Figure 19). 4770194 Figure 3. 17 - Press in New Seal ff seal does not seat correctly after recleaning cavity, place cardboard washer over polished seal face and carefully press into place using a piece of standard 3/4" pipe as a press. NOTICE: Be sure you do not scratch seal face. 4. Dispose of cardboard washer and recheck sure it is free of dirt, foreign particles, grease. 5. Inspect 6. Reassemble pump is right side up. shaft to be sure it is free of nicks body half to motor 7. Apply liquid soap sparingly (one drop side diameter of rotating seal member. 8. seal face to be scratches and and scratches. flange. BE SURE it is sufftcient) to in- Slide rotating seal member (carbon face first) onto shaft tmtil rubber drive ring hits shaft shoulder. NOTICE: Be sure not to nick or scratch carbon face of seal when passing it over threaded shaft end or shaft shoulder. The carbon surface must remain clean or short seat life vdll result. Figure 19 - Tap Clamp While 4. Replace base mounting 5. Replace motor 6. 7. Prime pump according Check for leaks. wiring; Tightening bolts. close draincock. to instructions. See "Operation." TROUBLESHOOTING SYMPTOM Motor will net run POSSIBLE CAUSE(S) 1. Disconnect switch is off 2. Fuse is blown 3. Startingswitch is detective 4. Wires at motor are loose, disconnected, or wired incorrectly CHART CORRECTIVE ACTION 1. Be sure switch is on 2. Replace fuse 3. Replace starting switch 4. Refer to instructionson wiring. Check and tighten all wiring. AWARNING] Capacitor voltage may be hazardous. To discharge capacitor, hold insulated handle screwdriver BY THE HANDLE and short capacitor terminals together. Do not touch metal screwdriver blade or capacitor terminals. If in doubt, consult a qualified electrician. Motor runs hot and 1. Motor is wired incorrectly overload kicks off 2. Voltage is too low 1. Refer to instructions on wiring 2. Check with power company. Install heavier wiring if wire size is too small (See Electrical, Pages 5 and 6) Motor runs but no water is delivered 1. In new installation: *(Note: Check prime before looking for other causes. Unscrew priming plug and see if there is water in priming hole.) "1. '2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Pump in new installation did not pick up prime through: a. Improper priming b. Air leaks c. Leaking foot valve Pump has lost prime through: a. Air leaks b. Water level below suction of pump Impeller is plugged Check valve or foot valve is stuck in closed position Pipes are frozen Foot valve and/or strainer are buried in sand or mud a. Re-prime according to instructions b. Check all connections on suction line c. Replace foot valve 2. In installation already in use: a. Check all connections on suction line and shaft seal b. Lower suction line into water and re-prime. If receding water level in well exceeds suction lift, a deep well pump is needed 3. Cleen impeller; see Maintenance 4. Replace check valve or foot valve 5. Thaw pipes. Burypipes below frost line. Heat pit or pump house. 6. Raise foot valve and/or strainer above well bottom Pump does not 1. Water level in well is lower than deliver water to full estimated capacity (Also 2. Steel piping (if used) is corroded or check point 3 limed, causing excess friction immediately above) 3. Offset piping is too small in size 2. Replace with plastic pipe where possible, otherwise with new steel pipe 3. Use larger offset piping Pump leaks around clamp 1. STOP PUMP, tighten clamp nut 1-2 turns. Alternately tighten nut and and tap clamp with mallet to seat O-Ring. Do not overtighten 1. Clamp loose 1. A deep well jet pump may be needed (over 20 ft. to water) 10 REPAIR PARTS 8A 1 11A 2 16 18 / 12 9 !0 11 / 13 Part Description Key No. 1 1A 1B 1C 1D 1E 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 8A 9 390.2622 115/230V 60 Cy/1 Ph 1 HP Motor Overload Protector Terminal Board Contactor Governor Capacitor Slinger Priming Plug 1/2" NPT Tank Body Back Half Complete O-Ring Shaft Seal for 5/8" Shaft impeller Impeller Screw Diffuser Diffuser Screw - #8 - 32 RH J216-1029 390.262553 115/230V 60 Cy/1Ph 1-1/2HP 17351-0009 J218-956C U18-1342 U18-1180 U18-1098 U18-128 U18-525 17351-0009 A100GSL U18-1406 U18-1180 U18-1098 U18-128 U18-525 17351-OOO9 L176-47P1 U9-399 U109-6A C105-92PVB L176-47P1 U9-399 U109-6A C105-92PBBB C3-189P1 U9-228A U109-6A C105-214PFA C30-51SS C1-258PCA C1-258PCA U30-869SS U30-869SS C19-54SS C176-53PA C19-54SS C176-53PA U212-68T U9-226 C4-42P U212-68T U9-226 C4-42P C35-11 U43-11ZP C35-11 U43-11ZP (1 and 1-1/2 HP - 4 Req'd; 2 HP - 2 Req'd.) Lockwasher 10 11 11A 12 "V" Clamp Tank Body Front Half (Incl. No. 12) Tank Body Front Half Complete (Incl. Nos. 3 and 12) Draincock - 1/4 NPT 13 14 O-Ring Base 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Flat Washer 5/16 (2 Req'd.) Nut - 5/16 - 18 (4 Req'd.) Rubber Pad Lock Washer - 5/16 (2 Req'd.) Capscrew, 3/8 - 16 x 1-3/4" (2 Req'd.) Flat Washer 5/16 (2 Req'd.) Capscrew, 3/8 - 16 x 1" (2 Req'd.) 390.2623 230V 60 Cy/t Ph 2 HP C1-274P U30-542SS U43-21SS C19-37A C176-62PA U212-66T U9-393 C4-42P C35-11 U30-77SS U43-42SS U30-74SS • Not illustrated * Standard hardware item. Purchase locally. 1! SEARS I:RRFTSMRN° OWNER'S MANUAL HYDROGLASS ® HIGH PRESSURE SPRINKLER PUMP Model No. 390.2622 390.262553 390.2623 For the repair or replacementpartsyouneed Call7 am - 7 pm, 7 days a week 1-800-366-PART (1-800-366-7278) Forin-homemajorbrandrepair service Call24 hours a day, 7 days a week 1-800-4-REPAIR (1-800-473-7247) The model number of your Sprinkler Pump will be found on a plate attached to the side of the pump body. When requesting service or ordering parts, always give the following information: • ProductType • Model Number • PartNumber • Part Description For the locationof a SearsRepairServiceCenterin yourarea Call24 hours a day,7 daysa week 1-800-488-1222 For informationon purchasinga Sears MaintenanceAgreementor to inquire aboutan existingAgreement call 9 am - 5 prn, Monday-Saturday A 1-800-827-6655 SEARS r;tP#Jll ;Jk'i :i;_J[#;[ America's Repair Spscialists Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A.