ISPFSERIES Rev G
PowerFlo LX™ / PowerFlo II™ / EP
Pump Series
Owner’s Manual
Contents
Product Warnings……….………2
Installation……….……………..…4
Start-Up & Operation…….…….6
Shaft Seal Replacement……….7
Troubleshooting…………………..8
Replacement Parts………..….…10
Warranty …………………………..…11
Registration………………………….12
INSTALLATION, OPERATION, & PARTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the following: Failure to follow instructions can
cause severe injury and/or death.
This is the safety-alert symbol. When you see this symbol on your equipment or in this manual, look for
one of the following signal words and be alert to the potential for personal injury.
WARNING warns about hazards that could cause serious personal injury, death or major property
damage and if ignored presents a potential hazard.
CAUTION warns about hazards that will or can cause minor or moderate personal injury and/or property
damage and if ignored presents a potential hazard. It can also make consumers aware of actions that are
unpredictable and unsafe.
The NOTICE label indicates special instructions that are important but not related to hazards.
Hayward Pool Products
620 Division Street, Elizabeth, NJ 07207
Phone: (908) 355-7995
www.haywardnet.com
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WAR
RNING - Rea
ad and follo
ow all instrructions in tthis owner’s manual and oon the equipment. Failuree
to follow instructions can cause se
evere injury and/or death..
WAR
RNING – Sucction Entrapm
ment Hazard.
Suction in suction
s
outlets and/or suction
n outlet covers which
w
are, dam
maged, broken, cracked, missing, or unsecure
ed can cause
severe injury and/or death
h due to the following entrapm
ment hazards:
Hair Entrap
pment- Hair can
n become entan
ngled in suction
n outlet cover.
Limb Entra
apment- A limb inserted into an
a opening of a suction outlet sump or suctio
on outlet cover tthat is damaged
d, broken,
cracked, missing, or not securely attache
ed can result in a mechanical b
bind or swellingg of the limb.
Body Suctiion Entrapmen
nt- A negative pressure applied
d to a large porttion of the bodyy or limbs can rresult in an entrapment.
Evisceratio
on/ Disembowelment - A neg
gative pressure applied directlyy to the intestin
nes through an unprotected su
uction outlet
sump or su
uction outlet covver which is, da
amaged, broken
n, cracked, misssing, or unsecu
ured can result in evisceration
n/
disembowe
elment.
Mechanica
al Entrapment- There is potential for jewelry, swimsuit, hairr decorations, fiinger, toe or knuckle to be cau
ught in an
opening of a suction outle
et cover resultin
ng in mechanica
al entrapment.
WAR
RNING - To Reeduce the rissk of Entrapm
ment Hazards::
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
When
W
outlets are
e small enough to be blocked by a person, a m
minimum of tw
wo functioning ssuction outlets per pump mustt
be
e installed. Sucction outlets in the same plane (i.e. floor or w
wall), must be i nstalled a minimum of three ffeet (3’) [1 mete
er]
ap
part, as measurred from near point
p
to near point.
Dual suction fittings shall be placed in such lo
ocations and disstances to avoiid “dual blocka
age” by a user.
eating areas or on the backresst for such seatiing areas.
Dual suction fittings shall not be located on se
he maximum syystem flow rate shall not excee
ed the flow ratin
ng as listed on the suction outtlet cover.
Th
Never use Pool or
o Spa if any sucction outlet com
mponent is dam
maged, broken, cracked, missiing, or not secu
urely attached.
eplace damage
ed, broken, craccked, missing, or
o not securely attached suctio
on outlet components immediiately.
Re
In
n addition two or
o more suction outlets per pum
mp installed in accordance wiith latest ASME
E, APSP Standarrds and CPSC
gu
uidelines, follow
w all National, State, and Loca
al codes applicaable.
In
nstallation of a vacuum
v
release
e or vent system
m, which relievees entrapping ssuction, is recommended.
WAR
RNING – Faillure to removve pressure teest plugs andd/or plugs ussed in winteriization of thee pool/spa
from the suction
s
outle
ets can resultt in an increase potential ffor suction e ntrapment ass described a
above.
WAR
RNING – Failure to keep suction
s
outle
et componentts clear of deebris, such ass leaves, dirt,, hair, paper
and otherr material can
n result in an increase pottential for su
uction entrapm
ment as desccribed above .
WAR
RNING – Sucction outlet components
c
have
h
a finite life, the coveer/grate shou
uld be inspeccted
frequentlyy and replace
ed at least evvery ten yearss or if found tto be damageed, broken, ccracked, misssing, or not
securely attached.
a
CAUTION – Com
mponents succh as the filtra
ation system , pumps and heater mustt be positione
ed so as to
prevent th
heir being ussed as meanss of access to
o the pool by young childrren.
WAR
RNING – Nevver operate orr test the circculation systeem at more thhan 30 PSI.
WAR
RNING – Nevver change the filter controol valve posittion while th e pump is ru nning.
WAR
RNING – To reeduce risk of injjury, do not perrmit children to use or climb on this product. Closely supervvise children att
all times. Components
C
su
uch as the filtrattion system, pu
umps, and heatters must be po
ositioned to pre
event children from using them
m
as a meanss of access to th
he pool.
WAR
RNING – Hazzardous Presssure. Pool andd spa water circculation system
ms operate unde
er hazardous prressure during
start up, no
ormal operation
n, and after pum
mp shut off. Sta
and clear of circculation system
m equipment du
uring pump start up. Failure to
o
follow safety and operatio
on instructions could result in violent separattion of the pum p housing and cover, and/or ffilter housing
e in the system, which could cause
c
property damage, severre personal inju
ury, or death. Before servicing
and clamp due to pressure
pool and sp
pa water circula
ation system, all system and pump
p
controls m
must be in off p
position and filtter manual air relief valve must
be in open position. Before starting system pump, all system valves m
must be set in a position to allo
ow system wate
er to return
e pool. Do not change
c
filter control valve position while systtem pump is running. Before sstarting system
m pump, fully
back to the
open filter manual air relie
ef valve. Do not close filter ma
anual air relief vvalve until a steeady stream of water (not air o
or air and waterr)
is discharged.
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WARNING – Separation Hazard. Failure to follow safety and operation instructions could result in violent separation
of pump and/or filter components. Strainer cover must be properly secured to pump housing with strainer cover lock ring. Before
servicing pool and spa circulation system, filters manual air relief valve must be in open position. Do not operate pool and spa
circulation system if a system component is not assembled properly, damaged, or missing. Do not operate pool and spa
circulation system unless filter manual air relief valve body is in locked position in filter upper body.
WARNING – Risk of Electric Shock. All electrical wiring MUST be in conformance with applicable local codes,
regulations, and the National Electric Code (NEC). Hazardous voltage can shock, burn, and cause death or serious property
damage. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do NOT use an extension cord to connect unit to electric supply. Provide a properly
located electrical receptacle. Before working on any electrical equipment, turn off power supply to the equipment.
WARNING – To reduce the risk of electric shock replace damaged wiring immediately. Locate conduit to prevent abuse
from lawn mowers, hedge trimmers and other equipment.
WARNING – Electrical ground all electrical equipment before connecting to electrical power supply. Failure to ground all
electrical equipment can cause serious or fatal electrical shock hazard.
WARNING – Do NOT ground to a gas supply line.
WARNING – To avoid dangerous or fatal electrical shock, TURN OFF POWER to all electrical equipment before working on
electrical connections.
WARNING – Failure to bond all electrical equipment to pool structure will increase risk for electrocution and could result
in injury or death. To reduce the risk of electric shock, see installation instructions and consult a professional electrician on how
to bond all electrical equipment. Also, contact a licensed electrician for information on local electrical codes for bonding
requirements.
Notes to electrician: Use a solid copper conductor, size 8 or larger. Run a continuous wire from external bonding lug to
reinforcing rod or mesh. Connect a No. 8 AWG (8.4 mm2) [No. 6 AWG (13.3 mm2) for Canada] solid copper bonding wire to the
pressure wire connector provided on the electrical equipment and to all metal parts of swimming pool, spa, or hot tub, and metal
piping (except gas piping), and conduit within 5 ft. (1.5 m) of inside walls of swimming pool, spa, or hot tub.
IMPORTANT - Reference NEC codes for all wiring standards including, but not limited to, grounding, bonding and other general
wiring procedures.
WARNING – Risk of Electric Shock. Connect only to a branch circuit protected by a ground-fault circuit-interrupter (GFCI).
Contact a qualified electrician if you cannot verify that the circuit is protected by a GFCI.
WARNING – Risk of Electric Shock . The electrical equipment must be connected only to a supply circuit that is protected
by a ground-fault circuit-interrupter (GFCI). Such a GFCI should be provided by the installer and should be tested on a routine
basis. To test the GFCI, push the test button. The GFCI should interrupt power. Push reset button. Power should be restored. If
the GFCI fails to operate in this manner, the GFCI is defective. If the GFCI interrupts power to the electrical equipment without the
test button being pushed, a ground current is flowing, indicating the possibility of an electrical shock. Do not use this electrical
equipment. Disconnect the electrical equipment and have the problem corrected by a qualified service representative before
using.
CAUTION – This pump is intended for use with permanently-installed pools and may be used with hot tubs and spas if so
marked. Do not use with storable pools. A permanently-installed pool is constructed in or on the ground or in a building such
that it cannot be readily disassembled for storage. A storable pool is constructed so that it is capable of being readily
disassembled for storage and reassembled to its original integrity.
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Installation Instructions
Pump Location
The PowerFlo LX™ and EP series pumps MUST be installed
below the pool water line (see Figure to right).
Self-priming PowerFlo II™ pumps may be installed up to four
(4) feet above the pool water line.
Install pump on a firm, level base or pad to meet all local and
national codes. The field supplied base or pad must be level
and vibration-free.
Pump motors require free circulation of air for cooling.
Do NOT install pump in a damp or non-ventilated location.
Though the pump is designed for outdoor use, it is strongly
advised to protect the electrical components from the
weather. Select a well-drained area, one that will not flood
when it rains.
Pump Mounting
Fasten pump to base or pad with screws or bolts to further reduce vibration and stress on pipe or hose joints. The
base MUST be solid - level - rigid - vibration free.
Pump mount must:
 Allow pump inlet height to be as close to water level as possible.
 Allow use of short, direct suction pipe (to reduce friction losses).
 Allow for ball valves in suction and outlet piping.
 Be protected from excess moisture and flooding.
 Allow adequate access for servicing pump and piping.
Plumbing
Use TFE tape to seal threaded connections on molded plastic components. All plastic fittings must be new or
thoroughly cleaned before use. NOTE: Do NOT use Plumber’s Pipe Dope as it may cause cracking of the plastic
components.
When applying TFE tape to plastic threads, wrap the entire threaded portion of the male fitting with one to two layers
of tape. Wind the tape clockwise as you face the open end of the fitting, beginning at the end of the fitting.
The pump suction and outlet ports have molded-in thread stops. Do NOT attempt to force hose connector fitting
past this stop. It is only necessary to tighten fittings enough to prevent leakage. Tighten fitting by hand and then
use a tool to engage fitting an additional 1 ½ turns. Use care when using TFE tape as friction is reduced
considerably; do NOT over-tighten fitting or you may cause damage. If leaks occur, remove connector, clean off old
Teflon tape, re-wrap with one to two additional layers of TFE tape, and re-install connector.
Piping - Flexible Hose, PVC, or Reinforced Hose are all acceptable piping methods
For pump outlet use 1-1/2" PVC pipe or reinforced hose. For pump suction on ALL models, use 1-1/2" reinforced
hose. Increase size if a long run is needed. For pipe larger than port, use reducing fitting in strainer port.
To avoid pump strain, support suction and outlet independently. Place supports near pump. To avoid strain left by a
gap at last connection, start all piping at pump and run pipe AWAY from pump.
NEVER use suction pipe SMALLER than pump suction connections. Suction pipe inlet must be lower than pump
inlet port.
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Fittings
Fittings restrict flow. For better efficiency, use the fewest possible fittings. Avoid fittings that could cause an air trap.
Electrical
WARNING – Ground motor before connecting to electrical power supply. Failure to
ground pump motor can cause serious or fatal electrical shock hazard.
WARNING – Do NOT ground to a gas supply line.
WARNING – To avoid dangerous or fatal electrical shock, turn OFF power to motor before
working on electrical connections.
WARNING – Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) tripping indicates electrical problem. If
GFCI trips and won’t reset, consult electrician to inspect and repair electrical system.
WARNING – Fire Hazard. Match supply voltage to motor nameplate voltage.
Insure that the electrical supply available agrees with the motor’s voltage, phase, and cycle, and that the wire size is
adequate for the H.P. (KW) rating and distance from the power source.
NOTE: All electrical wiring MUST be performed by a qualified professional, and MUST conform to local codes
and regulations.
Voltage
Voltage at motor MUST NOT be more than 10% above or below motor name plate rated voltage, or motor
may overheat, causing overload tripping and reduced component life. If voltage is less than 90% or more
than 110% of rated voltage when motor is running at full load, consult power company.
Grounding/Bonding
Install, ground, bond, and wire motor according to local or national electrical code requirements.
Permanently ground motor. Use green ground terminal provided under motor canopy or access place; use
size and type wire required by code. Connect motor ground terminal to electrical service ground.
Bond motor to pool structure. Use a solid copper conductor, size or larger. Run wire from external bonding
lug to reinforcing rod or mesh. Connect a No. 8 AWG (8.4 mm2) solid copper bonding wire to the pressure
wire connector provided on the motor housing and to all metal parts of swimming pool, spa, or hot
tub, and to all electrical equipment, metal piping or conduit within 5 ft. (1.5 m) of inside walls of swimming
pool, spa, or hot tub.
Wiring
Pump MUST be permanently connected to circuit. If other lights or appliances are also on the same circuit,
be sure to add their amp loads before figuring wire and circuit breaker sizes. (NOTE: If unsure how to do
this or if this is confusing, consult a licensed electrician). Use the load circuit breaker as the Master On-Off
switch.
Install a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) in circuit; it will sense a short-circuit to ground and
disconnect power before it becomes dangerous to pool users. For size of GFCI required and test procedures
for GFCI, see manufacturer’s instructions.
In case of a power outage, check GFCI for tripping, which will prevent normal pump operation. Reset if
necessary.
NOTE: If you do not use conduit when wiring motor, be sure to seal wire opening on end of
motor to prevent dirt, bugs, etc., from entering.
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New Installation – Start-Up & Operation
Prior to Start-Up
Fill strainer housing with water to suction pipe level. NEVER operate the pump without water. Water acts as a
coolant and lubricant for the mechanical shaft seal.
WARNING – NEVER run pump dry. Running pump dry may damage seals, causing leakage and
flooding. Fill strainer housing with water before starting motor.
CAUTION – Do NOT add chemicals to pool/spa system directly in front of pump suction. Adding
undiluted chemicals may damage pump and voids warranty.
CAUTION – Before removing strainer cover:
1. STOP PUMP before proceeding.
2. CLOSE VALVES in suction and outlet pipes.
3. RELEASE ALL PRESSURE from pump and piping system.
WARNING – If pump is being pressure tested, be sure pressure has been released before
removing strainer cover.
WARNING – Do NOT block pump suction. To do so with body may cause fatal injury. Small
children using pool MUST always have close adult supervision.
Priming Pump



Open all valves before starting system.
Release all air from filter and piping system. See filter owner’s manual.
When water source is higher than the pump, pump will prime itself when suction and outlet valves are opened.
If water source is lower than the pump, unscrew and remove strainer cover; fill strainer and pump with water.
 Clean and lubricate strainer cover O-ring with "Jack's 327" each time it is removed.
 Clean and inspect O-ring; re-install on strainer cover.
 Replace strainer cover on strainer housing; turn clockwise to tighten cover.
NOTE: Tighten strainer cover by hand only (no wrenches) ¼ turn.
Pump should prime. Priming time will depend on vertical length of suction lift and horizontal length of suction pipe.
If pump does NOT prime within ten minutes, stop motor and determine cause. Be sure all suction and discharge
valves are open when pump is running. See Troubleshooting Guide.
Storage/Winterization
WARNING – Explosion Hazard. Purging the system with compressed air can cause
components to explode, with risk of severe injury or death to anyone nearby. Use only a low
pressure (below 5 PSI), high volume blower when air purging the pump, filter, or piping.
CAUTION – Allowing the pump to freeze will void the warranty.
CAUTION – Do NOT use anti-freeze solutions (except propylene glycol) in your pool/spa system.
Propylene glycol is non-toxic and will not damage plastic system components; other anti-freezes
are highly toxic and may damage plastic components in the system.
Drain all water from pump and piping when expecting freezing temperatures or when storing pump for a long time
(see instructions below). Gravity drain system as far as possible.
Keep motor dry and covered during storage. To avoid condensation/corrosion problems, do NOT cover or wrap pump
with plastic film or bags.
Storing Pump for Winterization
WARNING – To avoid dangerous or fatal electrical shock hazard, turn OFF power to motor
before draining pump.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Drain water level below all inlets to the pool.
Remove drain plug from bottom of strainer body.
Disconnect pump from base.
Once the pump is removed of water, re-install the strainer lid and strainer plug.
Store pump in a dry enclosure.
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Start-Up for Winterized Equipment
1. Follow filter manufacturer's instructions for reactivation of the filter.
2. Inspect all electrical wiring for damage or deterioration over the shutdown period. Have a qualified
serviceman repair/replace wiring as needed.
3. Securely mount pump to base.
4. Install all intake and output fittings and piping.
5. Refill pool to proper water level.
6. Prime pump according to instructions.
Shaft Seal Change Instructions
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS
When servicing electrical equipment, basic safety precautions should always be observed including the following. Failure to
follow instructions may result in injury.
WARNING – To reduce risk of injury, do not permit children to use this product.
A. Disconnect all electrical power service to pump before beginning shaft seal replacement.
B. Only qualified personnel should attempt rotary seal replacement. Contact your local authorized Hayward
Dealer or service center if you have any questions.
C. The National Electrical Code requires either a three (3) foot maximum twist-lock cord set with a GFCI
protected receptacle or hard wire (conduit) connection for swimming pool pump installation. Do not use
extension cords.
Exercise extreme care in handling both the rotating and the stationary sections of the two-part replacement seal. Foreign
matter or improper handling will easily scratch the graphite and ceramic sealing surfaces.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Shut off water flow to pump by closing appropriate valves or by plugging both the skimmer outlet port and return
port to pool. Disconnect piping or hoses from the motor/pump assembly.
Remove the strainer by disengaging and removing the strainer cover. Remove the basket. Lift up on strainer ‘C’ clip
and remove. Finally, slide strainer housing forward and remove.
Unscrew eight (8) screws and remove pump cover, exposing the impeller.
Remove the canopy or the shaft cover plate from the end of motor opposite the impeller.
Hold the motor shaft securely by either inserting a screwdriver in slot at end of shaft or by using an open-end wrench
to engage the flat surfaces provided near end of motor shaft. Rotate the impeller ina a counterclockwise direction
and remove it from the motor shaft.
Note how the steel spring section of the old seal is positioned on impeller hub and remove it by pulling from the
impeller.
Loosen four (4) motor through bolts from the back of motor and remove pump housing/shroud from the front of the
motor.
Remove the ceramic stationary portion of the old seal by pressing the white ceramic seat out of the pump housing
recess. If assembly is tight, tap lightly from the “motor” side.
Clean and lubricate the impeller stem and the pump housing recess with a dilute solution of non-granulated liquidtype soap. Do not use petroleum or silicone lubricants as these can contribute to seal leakage.
Press the new rotating portion of the seal assembly onto the impeller stem with the polished black graphite surface
facing away from the impeller.
Carefully press the stationary ceramic portion of the seal into the recess of the pump housing/shroud, with the
polished flat surface facing out.
Carefully insert the motor shaft through the pump housing/shroud and align with white ceramic stationary seal
assembly in place and secure the motor to pump housing/shroud with four (4) motor through bolts removed in step
#7. Be sure motor base and pump discharge port are positioned properly. Alternately tighten the motor through
bolts until the pump housing is secure. Make certain motor shaft turns freely before proceeding.
Screw the impeller (clockwise) with the rotating portion of seal in place onto the motor shaft. Hand-tighten the
impeller in place.
Clean (replace if necessary) the O-ring and replace on pump cover. Assemble the pump cover to the pump housing/
shroud with the eight (8) screws removed in step #3. Tighten screws alternately and evenly.
Re-assemble strainer by sliding strainer housing onto pump cover. Install strainer ‘C’ clip by pushing clip down onto
grooved pump cover coupling. Insert basket and fasten strainer cover.
Reconnect pump to the piping or hoses provided. Open all valves and make sure that the pump strainer housing is
full of water before restarting the pump.
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Troubleshooting
Motor Will NOT Start – Check For:
1. Improper or loose wiring connections; open switches or relays; tripped circuit breakers, GFCI’s, or blown fuses.
2. Manually check rotation of motor shaft for free movement and lack of obstruction. (See steps 4 & 5 of “Shaft
Seal Change Instructions” in this manual.)
3. If you have a timer, be certain it is working properly. Bypass it if necessary.
Motor Shuts OFF – Check For:
1. Undersized wiring; loose connections; etc.
2. Low voltage at motor or power drop (frequently caused by undersized wiring or extension cord use).
3. Mechanical binding and electrical overload.
NOTE: Your Hayward pump motor is equipped with an “automatic thermal overload protector.” The motor will
automatically shut off if power supply drops before heat damage can build up causing windings to burn out. The
“thermal overload protector” will allow the motor to automatically restart once the motor has cooled, provided the
power source is again up to proper levels. It will continue to cut On/Off until the problem is corrected. Be sure to
correct cause of overheating.
Motor Hums, But Does NOT Start – Check For:
1. Centrifugal switch stuck in OPEN position.
2. Binding of motor shaft.
Pump Won’t Prime
1.
Make sure pump/strainer housing is filled with water and the cover O-ring is clean, also be sure it is properly
seated in the cover O-ring groove. Make sure strainer cover is locked firmly in position and lubricated with
“Jack’s 327.”
2. Make sure all suction and discharge valves are fully open and not blocked, that pool water level is at proper
level, and that skimmer weir is not hung up or binded on skimmer wall.
3. Block off to determine if pump will develop a vacuum. You should have 5”-6” of vacuum at the strainer cover
(Only your pool dealer can confirm this with a vacuum gauge). You may be able to check by removing the
skimmer basket and holding your hand over the bottom port with skimmer full and pump running. If no suction
is felt, check for line blockage.
a. If pump develops a vacuum, check for blocked suction line or dirty strainer basket, an air leak in the
suction piping may be the cause.
b. If pump does not develop a vacuum and pump has sufficient “priming water”:
i. Re-check strainer housing cover and all threaded connections for suction leaks. Check if all
hose clamps are tight.
ii. Check voltage to ensure that the motor is rotating at full RPM’s.
iii. Open housing cover and check for clogging or obstruction in suction. Check impeller for debris.
iv. Remove and replace shaft seal only if it is leaking.
Low Flow – Generally, Check For:
1. Clogged or restricted strainer or suction line; undersized pool piping.
2. Plugged or restricted discharge line of filter, valve partially closed (high gauge reading).
How to correct: Sand filters – backwash as per manufacturer’s instructions; D.E. filters – backwash as per
manufacturer’s instructions; Cartridge filters – clean or replace cartridge.
3. Air leak in suction (bubbles issuing from return fittings). Re-tighten using Teflon tape.
4. Plugged or restricted impeller or impeller sheared off. Replace including new seal assembly.
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Noisy Pump – Check For:
1. Air leak in suction piping causing rumbling in pump.
2. Cavitation due to restricted or undersized suction line or leak at any joint, low water level in pool, and
unrestricted discharge return lines. Correct suction condition or throttle return lines, if practical. Holding hand
over return fitting will sometimes prove this point or putting in a smaller eyeball fitting.
3. Vibration due to improper mounting, etc. Put a rubber pad under metal mounting feet.
4. Foreign matter in pump housing. Loose stones/debris hitting impeller could be cause, remove any of the above.
5. Motor bearings noisy from normal wear, rust, overheating, or concentration of chemicals causing seal damage
which will allow chlorinated water to seep into bearings wiping out the grease causing bearing to whine. All seal
leaks should be replaced at once.
6. Equipment base vibrating.
Maintenance
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
Clean strainer basket regularly. Do NOT strike basket to clean. Inspect strainer cover gasket regularly and
replace as necessary.
Hayward pumps have self-lubricating motor bearings and shaft seals. No lubrication is necessary.
Keep motor clean. Insure air vents are free from obstruction.
Occasionally, shaft seals must be replaced, due to wear or damage. See “Shaft Seal Change Instructions” in
this manual.
DATE OF INSTALLATION ____________________
INITIAL PRESSURE GAUGE READING (CLEAN FILTER)
_______________________
PUMP MODEL ________________
HORSEPOWER
_______________________
FILTER MODEL ________________
SERIAL NUMBER _______________________
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Replacement Parts
Parts Diagram
PARTS LISTING
Ref.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
Description
Housing Bolt, No. 10-24 Hex Head
Housing Cover
Housing O-Ring
Housing Gasket
Seal Assembly
Model No.
SP1540C
Model No.
SP1580, SP1580X15,
SW1585X20, SW1585X25,
EP1550LX
SPX1500N2 (7 Req'd.)
SPX1500N2 (8 Req'd.)
SPX1500B
SPX1580BP
SPX1580Z1
SPX1580Z1
SPX1500H
SPX1500H
SPX1500KA
SPX1500KA
Refer to Part No. on
Refer to Part No. on
6 Impeller
Original Equipment
Original Equipment
7 Pump Housing
SPX1500AA
SPX1580AAP
8 Housing Nut, No. 10-24 Hex Head
SPX1500Y2 (7 Req'd.)
SPX1500Y2 (8 Req'd.)
Motor (for SP1540C) - 40 GPM
SPX1540Z1E
---Motor (for SP1750) - 1/2 HP
------Motor (for SP1775) - 3/4 HP
------Motor (for SP1780) - 1 HP
------Motor (for SP1580) - 1 HP
---SPX1510Z1XE
Motor (for SP1580X15) - 1-1/2 HP
---SPX1515Z1E
Motor (for SW1585X20) - 2 HP
---SPX1520Z1ESC
9 Motor (for SW1585X25) - 2-1/2 HP
---SPX1524Z1ESC
10 Strainer Housing with Basket
SPX1500CAP
SPX1500CAP
11 Check Valve Assembly (Optional)
SPX1500RA
SPX1500RA
12 Strainer Basket
SPX1250RA
SPX1500LX
13 Strainer Cover O-Ring
SPX1500P
SPX1500P
14 Strainer Cover with O-Ring
SPX1500D2A
SPX1500D2A
15 Complete Strainer Assembly
SP1516
SP1516
16 Drain Plug with Gasket
SPX1700FG
SPX1700FG
17 C-Clip
SPX1515C
SPX1515C
18 6' Cord Set (14/3)
SPX1250WA
SPX1250WA
19 3' Cord Set (12/3) Twist Lock
SPX1550WA1
SPX1550WA1
* To order 2-speed motor, change "1" in suffix of model number to a "2" (i.e. SPX1510Z2E)
*All Twist Lock versions for each pump have “TL” at end of part number (i.e. SP1580TL)
Model No.
SP1750, 1775, 1780
SPX1500N2 (6 Req'd.)
SPX1705B
SPX1580Z1
SPX1500H
SPX1500KA
Refer to Part No. on
Original Equipment
SPX1705AA
SPX1500Y2 (6 Req'd.)
---SPX1500Z1E
SPX1510Z1E*
SPX1510Z1XE*
------------SPX1500CAP
SPX1500RA
SPX1250RA
SPX1500P
SPX1500D2A
SP1516
SPX1700FG
SPX1515C
SPX1250WA
SPX1550WA1
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HAYWARD® Pool Products Limited Warranty
To original purchasers of this equipment, Hayward Pool Products, Inc. warrants its products to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period
of ONE (1) year from the date of purchase, when used in single family residential applications.
The limited warranty excludes damage from freezing, negligence, improper installation, improper use or care or any Acts of God. Parts that fail or become
defective during the warranty period shall be repaired or replaced, at our option, within 90 days of the receipt of defective product, barring unforeseen delays,
without charge.
Proof of purchase is required for warranty service. In the event proof of purchase is not available, the manufacturing date of the product will be the sole
determination of the purchase date.
To obtain warranty service, please contact the place of purchase or the nearest Hayward Authorized Service Center. For assistance on your nearest Hayward
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Hayward shall not be responsible for cartage, removal, repair or installation labor or any other such costs incurred in obtaining warranty replacements or
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The express limited warranty above constitutes the entire warranty of Hayward Pool Products with respect to its’ pool products and is in lieu of all other
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responsible for any consequential, special or incidental damages of any nature.
Some states do not allow a limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts, or the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation
may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state.
Hayward Pool Products
620 Division Street
Elizabeth, NJ 07207
*Supersedes all previous publications.
▲Retain this Warranty Certificate (upper portion) in a safe and convenient location for your records.
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