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STA-RITE® MAX-E-PRO®
HIGH EFFICIENCY POOL AND SPA PUMP
SERIES P6RA, P6EA and P6E
INSTALLATION AND
USER’S GUIDE
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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CUSTOMER SERVICE / TECHNICAL SUPPORT
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contact:
Customer Service and Technical Support, USA
(8 A.M. to 7:30 P.M. — Eastern Time)
Phone: (800) 831-7133
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Web site
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Important Pump Warning and
Safety Instructions ...............................................
ii
Installation ............................................................
Thread Taping Instructions
Piping
Fittings
2
2
3
3
Suction Requirements .........................................
Entrapment Protection
Suction Outlet Covers
Testing and Certification
Outlets Per Pump
Water Velocity
3
3
3
3
3
4
Electrical ..............................................................
Voltage/Phase
Emergency Shutoff
Grounding/Bonding
Wiring Single Speed, Single Voltage Motor
Wiring Dual Voltage Motor
Wiring Two-Speed Motor
4
4
4
4
5
5
6
Operation .............................................................
Priming
Routine Maintenance
Draining Pump
Storage/Winterizing
Pump Servicing ...................................................
Pump Disassembly/Removing Old Seal
Pump Reassembly/Installing New Seal
7
7
7
8
8
8
9
9
Troubleshooting Guide .......................................
10
Parts Lists ............................................................
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P/N S691 Rev. D 09/10/14
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IMPORTANT PUMP WARNING AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT NOTICE
This guide provides installation and operation instructions
for this product. Consult Pentair with any questions regarding this
equipment.
Attention Installer: This guide contains important information about the
installation, operation and safe use of this product. This information should
be given to the owner and/or operator of this equipment after installation.
Attention User: This manual contains important information that will help
you in operating and maintaining this product. Please retain it for future
reference. Warnings and safety instructions for Pentair Aquatic Systems
pumps and other related products are available at:
http://www.pentairpool.com/pool-owner/safety-warnings/ or call
(800) 831-7133 for additional free copies of these instructions.
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
This is the safety alert symbol. When you see this
symbol on your system or in this manual, look for
one of the following signal words and be alert to
the potential for personal injury.
Warns about hazards that can cause death,
serious personal injury, or major property damage
if ignored.
Warns about hazards that may cause death,
serious personal injury, or major property damage
if ignored.
Warns about hazards that may or can cause
minor personal injury or property damage if
ignored.
NOTE/NOTICE Indicates special instructions not related to hazards.
Carefully read and follow all safety instructions in this manual and on
equipment. Keep safety labels in good condition; replace if missing
or damaged.
General Warnings
• Never open the inside of the drive motor enclosure. There is a
capacitor bank that holds a 230 VAC charge even when there is no
power to the unit.
• The pump is not submersible.
• The pump is capable of high flow rates; use caution when installing
and programming to limit pumps performance potential with old or
questionable equipment.
• Code requirements for the electrical connection differ from state
to state. Install equipment in accordance with the current National
Electrical Code and all applicable local codes and ordinances.
• Before servicing the pump; switch OFF power to the pump by
disconnecting the main circuit to the pump.
• This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including
children) of reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or
lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning the use of the appliance by a
person responsible for their safety.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS AND
WARNINGS CAN RESULT IN SERIOUS BODILY
INJURY OR DEATH. THIS PUMP SHOULD BE INSTALLED AND
SERVICED ONLY BY A QUALIFIED POOL SERVICE PROFESSIONAL.
INSTALLERS, POOL OPERATORS AND OWNERS MUST READ THESE
WARNINGS AND ALL INSTRUCTIONS IN THE OWNER’S MANUAL
BEFORE USING THIS PUMP. THESE WARNINGS AND THE OWNER’S
MANUAL MUST BE LEFT WITH THE POOL OWNER.
SUCTION ENTRAPMENT HAZARD: STAY OFF
THE MAIN DRAIN AND AWAY FROM ALL SUCTION
OUTLETS!
F
When installing and using this electrical equipment, basic safety
precautions should always be followed, include the following:
Do not permit children to use this product.
RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK. Connect only to
a branch circuit protected by a ground-fault circuitinterrupter (GFCI). Contact a qualified electrician if you cannot verify that
the circuit is protected by a GFCI.
This unit 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 the 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 pump without the test button
being pushed, a ground current is flowing, indicating the possibility of
an electric shock. Do not use this pump. Disconnect the pump and have
the problem corrected by a qualified service representative before using.
This pump is for use with permanent swimming
pools and may also 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.
THIS PUMP PRODUCES HIGH LEVELS OF SUCTION AND CREATES
A STRONG VACUUM AT THE MAIN DRAIN AT THE BOTTOM OF THE
BODY OF WATER. THIS SUCTION IS SO STRONG THAT IT CAN TRAP
ADULTS OR CHILDREN UNDER WATER IF THEY COME IN CLOSE
PROXIMITY TO A DRAIN OR A LOOSE OR BROKEN DRAIN COVER
OR GRATE.
RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR ELECTROCUTION: PUMPS REQUIRE HIGH VOLTAGE
WHICH CAN SHOCK, BURN, OR CAUSE DEATH.
BEFORE WORKING ON PUMP! Always disconnect
power to the pool pump at the circuit breaker from
the pump before servicing the pump. Failure to do
so could result in death or serious injury to service
person, pool users or others due to electric shock.
THE USE OF UNAPPROVED COVERS OR ALLOWING USE OF THE
POOL OR SPA WHEN COVERS ARE MISSING, CRACKED OR BROKEN
CAN RESULT IN BODY OR LIMB ENTRAPMENT, HAIR ENTANGLEMENT, BODY ENTRAPMENT, EVISCERATION AND/OR DEATH.
The suction at a drain or outlet can cause:
Limb Entrapment: When a limb is sucked or inserted into an opening
resulting in a mechanical bind or swelling. This hazard is present when
a drain cover is missing, broken, loose, cracked or not properly secured.
Hair Entanglement: When the hair tangles or knots in the drain cover,
trapping the swimmer underwater. This hazard is present when the flow
rating of the cover is too small for the pump or pumps.
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Pentair Water Pool and Spa®
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
For Installation of Electrical Controls at Equipment Pad
(ON/OFF Switches, Timers and Automation Load Center)
IMPORTANT PUMP WARNING AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Install all electrical controls at equipment pad, such as on/off
For
Installation
Electrical
Controls at Equipment Pad (ON/OFF
Body Entrapment: When a portion of the body is held against the drain
switches,
timers, and control of
systems,
etc. to allow the
operation (startup, shut-down, or servicing) of any pump or
Switches,
Timers and Automation Load Center)
cover trapping the swimmer underwater. This hazard is present when the
filter so the user does not place any portion of his/her body
over or near the pump strainer lid, filter lid or valve closures.
drain cover is missing, broken or the cover flow rating is not high enough
Install
allspace
electrical
This installation should allow the user
enough
to stand controls at equipment pad, such as
clear of the filter and pump during system start-up, shut down
for the pump or pumps.
on/off switches, timers, and control systems, etc. to
or servicing of the system filter.
allow the operation (startup, shut-down, or servicing)
Evisceration/Disembowelment: When a person sits on an open pool
Pentair Water Pool and Spa
of any pump or filter so the user does not place any
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
(particularly a child wading pool) or spa outlet and suction is applied
directly
For Installation of Electrical Controls at Equipment Pad
(ON/OFF
Switches, Timers and Automation Load Center) portion of his/her body over or near the pump strainer
to the intestines, causing severe intestinal damage. This hazard
is present
lid, filter lid or valve closures. This installation should
when the drain cover is missing, loose, cracked, or not properly secured.
allow the user enough space to stand clear of the
Mechanical Entrapment: When jewelry, swimsuit, hair decorations,
Install all electrical controls at equipment pad, such as on/off
filter and pump during system start-up, shut down or
and control systems, etc. to allow the
finger, toe or knuckle is caught in an opening of an outlet orswitches,
drain timers,
cover.
operation (startup, shut-down, or servicing) of any pump or
servicing of the system filter.
filter so theloose,
user does not place any portion of his/her body
This hazard is present when the drain cover is missing, broken,
over or near the pump strainer lid, filter lid or valve closures.
This installation should allow the user enough space to stand
cracked, or not properly secured.
clear of the filter and pump during system start-up, shut down HAZARDOUS PRESSURE: STAND CLEAR OF
®
NOTE: ALL SUCTION PLUMBING MUST BE INSTALLEDorINservicing of the system filter.
ACCORDANCE WITH THE LATEST NATIONAL AND LOCAL CODES,
STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
TO MINIMIZE THE RISK OF INJURY DUE TO
SUCTION ENTRAPMENT HAZARD:
A properly installed and secured ANSI/ASME A112.19.8 approved
anti-entrapment suction cover must be used for each drain.
Each suction cover must be installed at least three (3’) feet apart,
as measured from the nearest point to nearest point.
Regularly inspect all covers for cracks, damage and advanced
weathering.
If a cover becomes loose, cracked, damaged, broken or is missing,
replace with an appropriate certified cover.
Replace drain covers as necessary. Drain covers deteriorate over
time due to exposure to sunlight and weather.
Avoid getting hair, limbs or body in close proximity to any suction
cover, pool drain or outlet.
Disable suction outlets or reconfigure into return inlets.
A clearly labeled emergency shut-off switch for the
pump must be in an easily accessible, obvious place.
Make sure users know where it is and how to use it in case of emergency.
The Virginia Graeme Baker (VGB) Pool and Spa Safety Act creates
new requirements for owners and operators of commercial swimming
pools and spas.
Commercial pools or spas constructed on or after December 19, 2008,
shall utilize:
(A) A multiple main drain system without isolation capability with suction
outlet covers that meet ASME/ANSI A112.19.8a Suction Fittings for
Use in Swimming Pools, Wading Pools, Spas, and Hot Tubs and either:
(i) A safety vacuum release system (SVRS) meeting ASME/ANSI
A112.19.17 Manufactured Safety Vacuum Release systems (SVRS)
for Residential and Commercial Swimming Pool, Spa, Hot Tub,
and Wading Pool Suction Systems and/or ASTM F2387 Standard
Specification for Manufactured Safety Vacuum Release Systems
(SVRS) for Swimming pools, Spas and Hot Tubs or
(ii) A properly designed and tested suction-limiting vent system or
(iii) An automatic pump shut-off system.
Commercial pools and spas constructed prior to December 19, 2008,
with a single submerged suction outlet shall use a suction outlet cover
that meets ASME/ANSI A112.19.8a and either:
(A) A SVRS meeting ASME/ANSI A112.19.17 and/or ASTM F2387, or
(B) A properly designed and tested suction-limiting vent system, or
(C) An automatic pump shut-off system, or
(D) Disabled submerged outlets, or
(E) Suction outlets shall be reconfigured into return inlets.
PUMP AND FILTER DURING START UP
Circulation systems operate under high pressure.
When any part of the circulating system (i.e.
locking ring, pump, filter, valves, etc.) is serviced,
air can enter the system and become pressurized.
Pressurized air can cause the pump housing cover
filter lid and valves to violently separate which can result in severe
personal injury or death. Filter tank lid and strainer cover must be properly
secured to prevent violent separation. Stand clear of all circulation system
equipment when turning on or starting up pump.
Before servicing equipment, make note of the filter pressure. Be sure
that all controls are set to ensure the system cannot inadvertently start
during service. Turn off all power to the pump. IMPORTANT: Place filter
manual air relief valve in the open position and wait for all pressure
in the system to be relieved.
Before starting the system, fully open the manual air relief valve and place
all system valves in the “open” position to allow water to flow freely from the
tank and back to the tank. Stand clear of all equipment and start the pump.
IMPORTANT: Do not close filter manual air relief valve until all
pressure has been discharged from the valve and a steady stream
of water appears. Observe filter pressure gauge and be sure it is not
higher than the pre-service condition.
General Installation Information
• All work must be performed by a qualified service professional, and
must conform to all national, state, and local codes.
• Install to provide drainage of compartment for electrical components.
• These instructions contain information for a variety of pump models
and therefore some instructions may not apply to a specific model. All
models are intended for use in swimming pool applications. The pump
will function correctly only if it is properly sized to the specific application
and properly installed.
Pumps improperly sized or installed or used in
applications other than for which the pump was
intended can result in severe personal injury or death. These risks may
include but not be limited to electric shock, fire, flooding, suction
entrapment or severe injury or property damage caused by a structural
failure of the pump or other system component.
The pump can produce high levels of suction within
the suction side of the plumbing system. These high
levels of suction can pose a risk if a person comes within the close
proximity of the suction openings. A person can be seriously injured by
this high level of vacuum or may become trapped and drown. It is
absolutely critical that the suction plumbing be installed in accordance
with the latest national and local codes for swimming pools.
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‘P6RA’, P6EA’ ‘P6E’ and
‘P6R’ SERIES PUMP
WITH TRAP
Before pressure testing, make the following safety
checks:
To avoid unneeded service calls, prevent possible
injuries, and get the most out of your pump, READ THIS
MANUAL CAREFULLY!
The Sta-Rite ‘P6RA’, ‘P6EA’, ‘P6R’ and ‘P6E’ Series
Max-E-Pro® High Efficiency Pool and Spa Pumps:
• Are designed for use with swimming pools or as
centrifugal pumps
READ AND FOLLOW
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS!
• Check all clamps, bolts, lids, and system accessories
before testing.
• Release all air in system before testing.
• Water pressure for test must be less than 25 PSI
(7.5 kg/cm2).
• Water Temperature for test must be less than 100o F
(38o C).
• Limit test to 24 hours. After test, visually check system
to be sure it is ready for operation. Remove trap lid
and retighten hand tight only.
NOTICE: These parameters apply to Sta-Rite
equipment only. For non-Sta-Rite equipment, consult
manufacturer.
Carefully read and follow all safety instructions in this
manual and on equipment. Keep safety labels in good
condition; replace if missing or damaged.
Incorrectly installed or tested equipment may fail,
causing severe injury or property damage.
Read and follow instructions in owner's manual when
installing and operating equipment. Have a trained pool
professional perform all pressure tests.
1. Do not connect system to a high pressure or city
water system.
2. Use equipment only in a pool or spa installation.
3. Install pump with at least two (2) hydraulically
balanced main drains equipped with correctly
installed, screw-fastened, anti-entrapment certified
covers. See Page 3.
4. Trapped air in system can cause separation of pump
components. BE SURE all air is out of system before
operating or testing equipment.
Max-E-Pro Pump Models
Hp
1/2
3/4
1
1-1/2
1-3/4
2
2-1/2
3
Energy Efficient
Full-Rate
P6E6C-204L
P6E6D-205L
P6E6E-206L
P6E6F-207L
/
P6E6G-208L
/
P6E6H-209L
Energy Efficient
Up-Rate
/
/
P6EA6E-205L
P6EA6E-206L
P6EAA6F-216L
P6EA6G-207L
/
/
Standard
Full-Rate
/
P6R6D-205L
P6R6E-206L
P6R6F-207L
/
P6R6G-208L
/
P6R6H-209L
Standard
Up-Rate
/
/
P6RA6E-205L
P6RA6F-206L
P6RAA6F-216L
P6RA6G-207L
P6RAA6G-208L
/
2-Speed
/
/
/
P6RA6YF-206L
/
P6RA6YG-207L
P6EAA6G-208L
/
3 Phase
208-230/460v
/
/
345076
345077
/
345078
/
345079
3 Phase
575v
/
P6EA6D36-204
P6EA6E36-205
/
/
P6EA6G36-207
/
P6E6H36-209
3 Phase
200/400V
/
P6R62D3-186
P6R62E3-187
P6R62F3-188
/
P6R62G3-189
/
/
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INSTALLATION
Only qualified, licensed personnel should install Max-EClamp
Knob
Discharge Port
to filter
or pool
Strainer Basket
cover
Suction
Port
from
pool or
vacuum
filters
Bonding Lug
Fire and burn hazard. Modern motors run
at high temperatures. To reduce the risk of fire, do not
allow leaves, debris, or foreign matter to collect around
the pump motor. To avoid burns when handling the
motor, let it cool for 20 minutes before trying to work on
it.
NOTICE: Use thread tape for making all threaded
connections to the pump. Do not use pipe dope; pipe
dope will cause stress cracking in the pump.
NOTICE: Pump suction and discharge connections
have molded in thread stops. DO NOT try to screw pipe
in beyond these stops.
Thread Taping Instructions:
Pump may be bolted to level
foundation or mounting bracket
Figure 1
NOTICE: Port threads are: Internal - 2" NPT for direct
connection to pipe. External - 3-1/4" Buttress. Fits Sta-Rite
U11-200P Union Collar for quick disconnect pipe connection.
Use only new or clean PVC pipe fittings.
Wrap male pipe threads with one to two layers of thread
tape. Cover entire threaded portion of pipe.
Do not overtighten or tighten past thread stop in pump
port!
If leaks occur, remove pipe, clean off old tape, rewrap
with one to two additional layers of tape and remake the
connection.
See Page 11 for Union Kits.
Pro® High Efficiency Pool and Spa Pump and wiring.
Pump mount must:
Be located away from corrosive or flammable
chemicals.
Have enough ventilation to maintain air temperature at
less than the maximum ambient temperature rating (Max.
Amb.) listed on the motor model plate. If this pump is
installed in an enclosure/pump house, the enclosure must
have adequate ventilation and air circulation to keep the
temperature in the enclosure at or below the motor’s rated
ambient temperature whenever the pump is running.
Be solid - Level - Rigid - Vibration free - Noncombustible. (To reduce vibration and pipe stress, bolt
pump to mount.)
Allow pump suction inlet height to be as close to water
level as possible.
Allow use of short, direct suction pipe (To reduce friction
losses).
Allow for gate valves in suction and discharge piping.
Have adequate floor drainage to prevent flooding.
Be protected from excess moisture.
Allow adequate access for servicing pump and piping.
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Piping
Use at least 2" IPS PVC (51mm) pipe. Increase size if a
long run is needed.
To avoid strains on the Max-E-Pro® High Efficiency
Pool and Spa Pump, support both suction and
discharge pipes independently. Place these supports
near the pump.
To avoid a strain left by a gap at the last connection,
start all piping at the pump and run pipe away from the
pump.
Never use a suction pipe smaller than pump suction
connection.
To avoid airlocking, slope suction pipe slightly upward
toward the pump.
NOTICE: To prevent flooding when removing pump for
service, all flooded suction systems must have gate
valves in suction and discharge pipes.
At Least
3 Feet
SUCTION
REQUIREMENTS
Pump suction is hazardous and can trap
and drown or disembowel bathers. Do not use or
operate swimming pools, spas, or hot tubs if a suction
outlet cover is missing, broken, or loose. Follow the
guidelines below for a pump installation which minimizes
risk to users of pools, spas, and hot tubs.
Entrapment Protection
The pump suction system must provide protection
against the hazard of suction entrapment or hair
entrapment/entanglement.
Suction Outlet Covers
All suction outlet covers must be maintained. They must
be replaced if cracked, broken, or missing.
See below for outlet cover certification requirements.
All suction outlets must have correctly installed, screwfastened covers in place.
Testing and Certification
IAPMO Certified
Anti-entrapment
Cover or Suction Fitting,
screw-fastened to
Main Drain Sump
No valves between
Tee and Main Drains
Suction Outlet
(Main Drain)
IAPMO Certified
Anti-entrapment
Cover or Suction Fitting,
screw-fastened to
Main Drain Sump
Suction Outlet
(Main Drain)
Pump
Valves OK between
pump and Tee
Figure 2 – Recommended pump suction layout.
Fittings
Fittings restrict flow; for best efficiency use fewest
possible fittings.
Avoid fittings which could cause an air trap.
Pool fittings must conform to International Association
of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO)
standards.
Use only non-entrapping suction fitting or double
suction.
Suction outlet covers must have been tested by a
nationally recognized testing laboratory and found to
comply with the latest ASME/ANSI Specification for
Suction Fittings For Use in Swimming Pools, Spas, Hot
Tubs, and Whirlpool Bathtub Applications.
Outlets Per Pump
Provide at least two hydraulically balanced main drains,
with covers (See Figure 2), for each swimming pool
pump suction line. The centers of the main drains
(suction fittings) must be at least three feet apart.
The system must be built so that it cannot operate with
the pump drawing water from only one main drain (that
is, there must be at least two main drains connected to
the pump whenever it is running). (See Figure 2).
However, if two main drains run into a single suction
line, the single suction line may be equipped with a
valve which will shutoff both main drains from the pump
(see Figure 2).
More than one pump can be connected to a single
suction line as long as the requirements above are met.
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Water Velocity
Voltage/Phase
The maximum water velocity through any suction outlet
must be 1.5 feet per second unless the outlet complies
with the latest ASME/SNSI Specification for Suction
Fittings For Use in Swimming Pools, Spas, Hot Tubs,
and Whirlpool Bathtub Applications. In any case, do not
exceed the suction fittings maximum designed flow rate.
If 100% of the Max-E-Pro® High Efficiency Pool and
Spa Pump’s flow comes from the main drain system,
the maximum water velocity in the pump suction
hydraulic system must be six feet per second or less
even if one main drain (suction fitting) is completely
blocked. The flow through the remaining main drain(s)
must comply with the latest ASME/ANSI Specification
for Suction Fittings For Use in Swimming Pools, Spas,
Hot Tubs, and Whirlpool Bathtub Applications.
Voltage at motor must be not more than 10% above or
below motor nameplate 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. Do
not try to connect 3-phase
motors to single phase
power supply or single
Hazardous voltage.
phase motors to 3-phase
Can shock, burn, or
power supply.
cause death.
ELECTRICAL
Notice: Due to wide variation in electrical equipment,
power supply, and installation requirements, this
manual does not make specific recommendations
concerning auxiliary equipment or fusing/wiring.
Wire sizing, wire type, branch circuit fuse protection,
motor starter, control equipment, and related items must
meet National Electrical Code and local code
requirements. Motors are supplied by several
manufacturers and nameplate data (service factor,
maximum amperage, etc.) will vary. Consult control
manufacturer and motor nameplate on your pump to
correctly choose and size motor starter and control
equipment for your particular installation. Specific
electrical questions or problems should be addressed to
the manufacturer of the electrical component in
question.
Ground motor before connecting to electrical
power supply. Failure to ground motor can cause
severe or fatal electrical shock hazard.
Do not ground to a gas supply line.
To avoid dangerous or fatal electrical shock, turn
OFF power to motor before working on electrical
connections.
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) tripping
indicates an electrical problem. If GFCI trips and
will not reset, have a qualified electrician inspect and
repair electrical system.
Ground pump before
connecting to power
supply.
Emergency Shutoff
Install an Emergency Shutoff Switch near pool. Clearly
mark this switch and mount it in allocation that is
accessible to bathers or pool operating personnel (e.g.
lifeguards). Make sure that all lifeguards and pool
personnel understand the switch’s use in case of
emergency (entrapment, electrical malfunction, etc).
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 plate (See
Figure 3); 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 No. 8 AWG (8.4 sq.mm) or larger. Run
wire from external bonding lug (see Figure 3) to
reinforcing rod or mesh.
Connect a No. 8 AWG (8.4 sq.mm) solid copper
bonding wire to the pressure wire connector provided
on the motor housing and to all metal parts of the
swimming pool, spa, or hot tub and to all electrical
equipment, metal piping or conduit within 5 feet (1.5 m)
of the inside walls of swimming pool, spa, or hot tub.
Exactly match supply voltage to nameplate
voltage. Incorrect voltage can cause fire or
seriously damage motor and voids warranty. If in doubt
consult a licensed electrician.
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BONDING
LUG
1. Turn off power.
2. Remove the motor end cover.
To Wire a Single Speed, Single Voltage Motor
GREEN
GROUND
SCREW
There are two terminals labeled L1 and L2. Attach the
power leads to these terminals. Either wire may attach to
either terminal.
To Wire a Dual-Voltage Motor
Figure 3: Typical Ground Screw and
Bonding Lug Locations.
WIRING
3 Phase Wiring - Wire a Single Speed, Single Voltage, 3
Phase Motor.
NOTICE: 3 phase models require magnetic motor starters
and external overload protection. If in doubt about the
procedure, consult a licensed electrician. There are three
terminals labeled L1, L2, and L3 (or LINE A, LINE B, and
LINE C) on the Max-E-Pro® High Efficiency Pool and
Spa Pump motor. Attach the power leads to these
terminals as specified on the pump motor wiring label.
Check for proper pump motor rotation. If motor is not
running properly, switch any two of the three input wires.
Verify proper pump motor rotation.
Dual voltage motors have a plug to change from 230 volts
(factory setting) to 115 volts).
1. If you have 230 volts motor supply voltage, confirm that
the plug is set for 230 volts. The arrow on the plug will
point to the 230 volt position. Note that plug only
connects with one prong in this position.
2. If you have 115 volt supply, pull the plug straight up and
place it on the two brass prongs as shown.
NOTE: Arrow is highlighted for clarity.
NOTE: For 575 VAC models, consult a licensed
electrician.
Pump must be permanently connected to circuit. See
Figures 4A and 4B for wiring connection diagrams. If
other lights or appliances are also on the same circuit,
be sure to add their amp loads to pump amp load. (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.
Figure 4A -Voltage Change
Plug Set for 230 Volts
Figure 4B Voltage Change
Plug Set for 115 Volts
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 power outage, check GFCI for tripping
(which will prevent normal water circulation). Reset if
necessary.
NOTICE: 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 motor.
Risk of dangerous or fatal electrical shock.
Be sure that power to the motor circuit is off before
working on wiring, wiring connections, or motor. Reinstall the motor end cover and all other wiring covers
before turning on the power.
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To Wire a Two-Speed Motor
Wire the pump as shown in Figure 4C.
Figure 4C - 2-Speed Motor Wiring Diagram
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OPERATION
NEVER run Max-E-Pro® High Efficiency Pool and
Spa Pump dry. Running pump dry may damage
seals, causing leakage and flooding. Fill pump with
water before starting motor.
Before removing trap cover:
1. STOP PUMP before proceeding.
2. CLOSE GATE VALVES in suction and discharge
pipes.
3. RELEASE ALL PRESSURE from pump and piping
system.
4. NEVER tighten or loosen clamp while pump is
operating!
If pump is being pressure tested, be sure pressure
has been released before
removing trap cover.
Do not block pump
suction. To do so with
body may cause severe or
fatal injury. Small children
using pool must ALWAYS
have close adult supervision.
Fire and burn
hazard. Modern motors run at
Hazardous suction.
high temperatures. To reduce
Can trap hair or
the risk of fire, do not allow
body parts, causing leaves, debris, or foreign
severe injury or
matter to collect around the
death.
pump motor. To avoid burns
when handling the motor, let it
Do not block suction.
cool for 20 minutes before
trying to work on it. An
automatic internal cutoff switch protects the motor from
heat damage during operation.
NOTICE: Maximum ambient temperature for motor
operation must not exceed maximum ambient
temperature rating on motor model plate.
Priming Pump
Release all pressure from filter, pump, and piping
system; see the filter owner’s manual.
In a flooded suction system (water source higher than
pump), pump will prime itself when suction and
discharge valves are opened.
DO NOT open the strainer pot if pump fails to
prime or if pump has been operating without water in the
strainer pot. Pumps operated in these circumstances may
experience a build up of vapor pressure and may contain
scalding hot water. Opening the pump may cause serious
personal injury. In order to avoid the possibility of personal
injury, make sure the suction and discharge valves are open
and strainer pot temperature is cool to touch, then open with
extreme caution.
To prevent damage to the pump and filter
and for proper operation of the system, clean
pump strainer and skimmer baskets regularly.
If pump is not in a flooded suction system, remove trap
cover handle ring and trap cover; fill trap and pump with
water.
Do not lubricate the trap cover O-Ring. The original
equipment O-Ring contains a permanent internal
lubricant.
NOTICE: If you replace the O-Ring with a non-internally
lubricated O-Ring, you may need to apply a silicone
based lubricant.
Clean and inspect O-Ring; reinstall on trap.
Replace trap cover and handle ring on trap; turn handle
ring clockwise to tighten cover.
NOTICE: Tighten trap cover handle ring by hand only
(no wrenches)!
Pump should prime now. Priming time will depend on
vertical length of suction lift and horizontal length of
suction piping.
If pump does not prime, make sure that all valves are
open, suction pipe end is under water, and that there
are no leaks in suction pipe.
See Troubleshooting Guide, Page 10.
Routine Maintenance
The only routine maintenance needed is
inspection/cleaning of trap basket. Debris or trash that
collects in basket will choke off water flow through the
pump. Follow instructions below to clean trap:
1. Stop pump, close valves in suction and discharge,
and release all pressure from system before
proceeding.
2. Remove trap cover handle ring (turn
counterclockwise). If necessary, tap handles gently
with a rubber mallet.
3. Remove strainer basket and clean. Be sure all holes
in basket are clear, flush basket with water and
replace in trap with large opening at pipe connection
port (between ribs provided). If basket is replaced
backwards cover will not fit on trap body.
4. Clean and inspect lid O-Ring; reinstall on trap.tighten
pump.
THIS FILTER OPERATES UNDER HIGH
PRESSURE. WHEN ANY PART OF THE
CIRCULATING SYSTEM (e.g., LOCK RING,
PUMP, FILTER, VALVES, ETC.) IS SERVICED,
AIR CAN ENTER THE SYSTEM AND
BECOME PRESSURIZED. PRESSURIZED AIR
CAN CAUSE THE LID TO SEPARATE WHICH
CAN RESULT IN SEVERE INJURY, DEATH, OR
PROPERTY DAMAGE. TO AVOID THIS POTENTIAL
HAZARD, FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
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5. Clean O-Ring groove on trap body and replace cover
and handle ring. To help keep cover from sticking,
tighten hand tight only.
6. Prime pump (see priming
instructions).
Draining Pump
1. Pump down water level
below all inlets to the pool.
Hazardous voltage.
Can shock, burn, or
cause death.
Ground pump before
connecting to power
supply.
To avoid dangerous or
fatal electrical shock
hazard, turn OFF power to
motor before draining Max-EPro® High Efficiency Pool and
Spa Pump.
2. Remove trap cover and
use low pressure air to blow
accumulated water from the
piping system. Lugs have
been provided on the trap lid
to use a lever or pry bar for
loosening.
3. Cap inlet piping after draining to keep water out of
the pipes.
4. To prevent pump from freezing, remove trap cover
and drain the tank body through the drain plugs (Key
No. 19, Page 13). Clean pump and trap basket
thoroughly; replace trap cover.
NOTICE: Tighten trap cover by hand only (no
wrenches)! Use a rubber mallet only if necessary to
remove cover! If pump is not anchored, use caution
not to break attached piping!
5. Be sure motor is kept dry and covered.
1. Gravity drain system as far as possible.
2. Protect areas which retain water with non-toxic
propylene glycol antifreeze (“RV antifreeze”).
3. Enclose entire system in a weatherproof enclosure.
4. To avoid condensation/corrosion damage, allow
ventilation; do not wrap system in plastic.
5. Use a 40% propylene glycol/60% water solution to
protect pump to -50°F (-46°C).
Startup For Winterized Equipment
1. Remove any temporary weather protection placed
around system.
2. Follow filter manufacturer’s instructions for
reactivation of the filter.
3. Inspect all electrical wiring for damage or
deterioration over the shutdown period. Have a
qualified serviceman repair wiring as needed.
4. Inspect and tighten all watertight connections.
5. Open all valves in suction and return piping.
6. Remove any winterizing plugs in piping system.
7. Drain all antifreeze from system.
8. Close all drain valves and replace all drain plugs in
piping system.
9. Prime pump according to instructions on Page 7.
PUMP SERVICE
Pump should only be serviced by qualified personnel.
For best results, use only genuine Pentair factory parts.
Be sure to prime pump (Page 7) before starting.
Before removing clamp or trap cover:
1. STOP PUMP before
proceeding.
2. CLOSE GATE VALVES in
suction and discharge pipes.
3. RELEASE ALL
PRESSURE from pump and
piping system.
Storage/Winterizing:
Catastrophic component failure hazard.
Purging the system with compressed air can cause
component separation, with risk of severe injury, death
or property damage. Use only a low pressure (below 5
PSI), high volume blower when air purging the pump,
filter, or piping.
NOTICE: Allowing pump to freeze will damage pump
and void warranty!
NOTICE: 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).
Keep motor dry and covered during storage.
To avoid condensation/corrosion problems, do not
cover pump with plastic.
For outdoor/unprotected installations:
4. NEVER tighten or loosen
clamp while pump is
operating!
To avoid dangerous or
Hazardous voltage.
fatal electrical shock
Can shock, burn, or
hazard, turn OFF power to
cause death.
motor before working on
Ground pump before
pump or motor.
connecting to power
No lubrication or regular
supply.
maintenance is needed
beyond reasonable care and
periodic cleaning of strainer basket. If shaft seal is worn
or damaged, repair as follows:
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Pump Disassembly/Removing Old Seal
Disconnect power to Max-E-Pro® High Efficiency Pool
and Spa Pump motor.
Be sure gate valves on suction and return piping
are closed before starting work.
Release all pressure by opening all vents before
starting work.
1. Drain pump by removing drain plugs on bottom of
pump body and trap body.
2. Be sure there is no pressure in trap body; remove
cover (unscrew by turning handle ring
counterclockwise).
3. Remove clamp holding pump halves together. Motor
and seal plate assembly can now be pulled away
from pump body.
4. Remove five screws and washers holding diffuser to
seal plate. Remove diffuser.
5. Remove motor canopy. Being careful not to touch
capacitor terminals, loosen capacitor clamp and
move capacitor to one side.
6. Hold shaft with 7/16" open-end wrench on motor
shaft flats.
7. Unscrew impeller from shaft (turn counterclockwise
when facing it).
NOTICE: On models with impeller screw: Remove
impeller screw (left hand thread - turn clockwise)
and gasket before removing impeller. Inspect
gasket for damage, cracks, etc. Replace if
damaged.
8. Pull rotating member of seal off of impeller sleeve;
clean sleeve.
9. Remove four screws holding seal plate to motor.
10. Place seal plate face down on flat surface and tap
out ceramic seat.
11. Clean seal cavity in seal plate and clean motor
shaft.
Pump Reassembly/Installing New Seal
1. Ceramic seat must be clean and free of dirt, grease,
dust, etc. Wet outer edge of rubber cup on ceramic
seat with small amount of liquid detergent; press
ceramic seat into seal plate firmly and squarely with
finger pressure (Figure 5).
2. If ceramic seat will not locate properly, remove it,
place face up on bench and reclean cavity. Ceramic
seat should now locate.
3. If seat still will not locate properly, place a
cardboard washer over the polished face and use a
piece of 3/4" (19mm) standard pipe for pressing
purposes.
NOTICE: Be sure not to scratch or mar polished
surface or seal will leak.
4. Remount seal plate on motor. Tighten bolts to 6080 inch-lbs. (69-92 kg/cm) torque.
5. Apply a small amount of liquid detergent to inside
diameter of rotating half of seal.
6. Slide rotating seal member, polished face last, over
impeller sleeve until rubber drive ring hits shoulder.
NOTICE: Be sure not to nick or scratch polished
seal face; seal will leak if face is damaged.
7. Screw impeller onto shaft (clockwise); this will
automatically locate seal in seal plate.
NOTICE: On models with impeller screw: Install
impeller gasket and lock screw (left-hand thread turn counterclockwise). Torque lock screw to 50-55
inch-lbs. (57.6-63 kg/cm).
8. Mount diffuser on seal plate; tighten screws to
10-14 inch-lbs. (11.2-16.1 kg/cm) torque.
9. Assemble motor and seal plate to volute; be sure
clamp is properly seated.
NOTICE: Clamp knob can be located in any
position around volute; if it is moved after assembly,
tighten knob while tapping around clamp to assist
sealing. Do not move clamp while pump is full of
water.
Hazardous pressure. Release all
pressure from pump and piping system before
working on pump or attempting to adjust or remove
clamp. Clamp may separate from pump if adjusted
under pressure.
10. Prime pump according to instructions on Page 7.
Figure 5: Press seal into seal plate
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TROUBLESHOOTING
GUIDE
Read and understand safety and operating
instructions in this manual before doing any work
on pump!
Only qualified personnel should electrically test
pump motor!
FAILURE TO PUMP; REDUCED CAPACITY OR
DISCHARGE PRESSURE
Suction leaks/lost prime:
1.
Max-E-Pro®
High Efficiency Pool and Spa Pump
must be primed; make sure that pump volute and
trap are full of water. See priming instructions, See
Page 7.
2. Make sure there are no leaks in suction piping.
3. Make sure suction pipe inlet is well below the water
level to prevent pump from sucking air.
4. Suction lift of 10 to 20 feet (3-6 M) will reduce
performance. Suction lift of more than 20 feet (6 M)
will prevent pumping and cause pump to lose
prime. In either case, move pump closer (vertically)
to water source. Make sure suction pipe is large
enough.
Clogged pipe/trap/impeller, worn impeller:
5. Make sure suction trap is not clogged; if it is, clean
trap and strainer.
6. Make sure impeller is not clogged (follow steps 1
through 7 under “Removing Old Seal”, Page 9;
check impeller for clogging; follow steps 7 through
10 under “Installing New Seal”, Page 9, for
reassembly).
7. Impeller and diffuser may be worn. If so, order
replacement parts from Repair Parts List, Page 11.
8. Pump may be trying to push too high a column of
water. If so, a “higher head” pump is needed.
Hazardous voltage.
Can shock, burn, or
cause death.
Ground pump before
connecting to power
supply.
Electrical:
9. Pump may be running too
slowly; check voltage at motor
terminals and at meter while
pump is running. If low, see
wiring instructions or consult
power company. Check for
loose connections.
10. Pump may be too hot.
A. Check line voltage; if less
than 90% or more than 110%
of rated voltage consult a
licensed electrician.
B. Increase ventilation.
C. Reduce ambient
temperature.
D. Tighten any loose
connections.
MECHANICAL TROUBLES AND NOISE
1. If suction and discharge piping are not adequately
supported, pump assembly will be strained. See
“Installation”, Page 2.
2. Do not mount pump on a wooden platform! Securely
mount on concrete platform for quietest
performance.
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P6E, P6EA, P6RA
MAX-E-PRO® HIGH EFFICIENCY POOL
AND SPA PUMP
1/2 through 3 HP Models
Box A
REPAIR PARTS LIST
Key
No.
Part
Description
1
2
2A
3
4
5
Motor
#10-32x1/2” Screw
Lock Washer
Bonding Lug
Water Slinger
Seal Plate Kit
(Incl. Key Nos. 6, 7)
O-Ring
Shaft Seal
Clamp Knob
Clamp
Impeller
Impeller Screw O-Ring
Impeller Screw
Diffuser
Diffuser O-Ring
#8 Lock Washer
Screw (w/C1-271P Diffuser)
Screw (w/C1-271P1 Diffuser)
Tank Body Assembly****
Trap Cover Assembly**
Trap O-Ring
Basket
1/4” NPT Drain Plug
Base Washer
Base Screw
Base***
Motor Pad
3/8-16x1” Hex Hd. Screw
Voltage Sticker - 230 Volts
(Single voltage models only)
Voltage Sticker - 115/230 Volts
(Dual voltage models only)
Tag, “CAUTION, WARNING
(bonding)”
Decal, “Do not overtighten...”
Nameplate
6
7
8
9
10
10A
10B
11
12
13
14
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
•
•
•
•
•
•
**
***
****
Qty.
Part
No.
1
1
1
1
1
See page 12/13
U30-692SS
U43-22SS
U17-568
17351-0009
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
5
5
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
4
C203-194P
U9-228A
37400-0028S
C19-37A
WC36-22
See page 12/13
35505-1426 -See page 12/13
See page 12/13
U9-374
U43-21SS
U30-922SS
U30-542SS
17307-0110S
17307-0111S
35505-1440
C8-58P
U178-920P
U43-41SS
U30-918SS
C4-78P
C35-43
U30-74SS
For quick disconnect pipe
connections, purchase separately:
Pkg. 188 2" Slip 1/2 Union Kit or
Pkg. 189 2" NPT 1/2 Union Kit.
Includes 2 each:
U11-200P Union Collar
U9-362 O-Ring
U11-196P 2" Slip adapter or
U11-199P 2" NPT adapter.
U27-68
U27-153
61002-0002
U27-644
32155-7117
Not illustrated.
Includes Trap Cover, Trap Ring and Trap Cover O-Ring.
Model P6E6H uses Base No. C4-79P and
Motor Pad No. C35-44.
Includes Trap Body, Basket, Drain Plugs, and
Trap Cover Assembly.
*Models with the * take the following additional parts: C2-84 Pump Adapter (1), C10-41SS Stab
Shaft (1), U30-754SS Set Screw (3), U30-74SS Screw 3/8-16X1” Lg (8) and C35-44 Motor Pad (1).
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Parts are common to all models listed except as noted;
Key Nos. 1(Motor), 10(Impeller), and 11(Diffuser) are listed below.
Motor No.
Impeller
(Key No. 1) (Key No. 10)
Model No.
HP
1 PHASE 60 HZ PUMPS
115/230 V 1- Speed
P6E6C-204L
1/2
P6E6D-205L
3/4
P6R6D-205L
3/4
P6E6E-206L
1
P6EA6E-205L
1
P6RA6E-205L
1
P6R6E-206L
1
P6EA6F-206L
1-1/2
P6RA6F-206L
1-1/2
P6R6F-207L
1-1/2
230V 1-Speed
P6E6F-207L*
1-1/2
P6EAA6F-216L*
1-3/4
P6RAA6F-216L*
1-3/4
P6E6G-208L*
2
P6EA6G-207L*
2
P6RA6G-207L*
2
P6R6G-208L
2
P6EAA6G-208L*
2-1/2
P6E6H-209L*
3
P6EAA6G-208L
2 1/2
P6R6H-209L
3
2-Speed
P6RA6YF-206L**
P6RA6YG-207L*
Hi Speed
1-1/2
2
Diffuser
(Key No. 11)
AE100CHL
AE100DHL
355021S
AE100EHL
AE100ELL
A100ELL
355023S
AE100FLL
A100FLL
355025S
C105-238PX
C105-238P
C105-238P
C105-238PB
C105-238P
C105-238P
C105-238PB
C105-238PB
C105-238PB
C105-238PDBA
C1-271P1
C1-271P1
C1-271P1
C1-271P1
C1-271P1
C1-271P1
C1-271P1
C1-271P1
C1-271P1
C1-271P
AE100FHL
AE100F5LL
A100F5LL
AE100GHL
AE100GLL
A100GHL
355027S
AE100G5LL
AE100HLL
C105-238PDBA
C105-238PDCA
C105-238PDCA
C105-238PEBA
C105-238PDBA
C105-238PDBA
C105-238PEBA
C105-238PEBA
C105-238PLA
C105-238PEBA
C105-238PLA
C1-271PA
C1-271P
C1-271P
C1-271PA
C1-271PA
C1-271PA
C1-271P
C1-271PA
C1-271PA
C1-271P
C1-271PA
C105-238PBA
C105-238PDBA
C1-271P1
C1-271P
355034S
Low Speed
1/4
A100FLL-Y
1/3
A100GLL-Y
3 PHASE 60 HZ PUMPS
208-230/460 V 1 Speed
345076
1
345077
1-1/2
345078
2
345079
3
354806S
354808S
354810S
354812S
C105-238PBA
C105-238PDBA
C105-238PEBA
C105-238PLA
C1-271P1
C1-271P
C1-271P
C1-271P
200/400v 1 Speed
P6R62D3-186
P6R62E3-187
P6R62F3-188
P6R62G3-189
AP100DH2
AP100EH2
AP100FH2
AP100GH2
C105-238A
C105-238PBA
C105-238PDBA
C105-238PDBA
C1-271P1
C1-271P1
C1-271P
C1-271P
3/4
1
1-1/2
2
*Uses Key No. 10B Impeller Screw No. 37337-6080.
** Uses Key No. 10B Impeller Screw No. 37337-6081.
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MAX-E-PRO® HIGH EFFICIENCY
POOL AND SPA PUMP
1/2 through 3 HP Models
®
MAX-E-PRO HIGH EFFICIENCY
POOL AND SPA PUMP
3/4 & 1 HP Models
Diffuser
(Key No. 11)
C1-271P1
C1-271P1
C1-271P1
C1-271P
C1-271PA
P6E, P6EA, P6RA
3/4
1
1-1/2
2
3
HP
P6EA6D36-205, P6EA6E36-205
Model No.
P6EA6D36-204*
P6EA6E36-205*
P6EA6F36-206
P6EA6G36-207
P6E6H36-209
MAX-E-PRO Pool Pumps 575 Volts, 3-Phase Models:
Impeller
Motor No.
(Key No. 10)
(Key No. 1)
C105-238PX
16502-0024
C105-238P
16503-0024
C105-238PBA
62001-1019
C105-238PDBA
62001-1020
C105-238PLA
62001-1021
Motor
Base
C104-79P
C104-79P
C4-78P
C104-79P
C104-79P
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