INSTALLATION, SERVICE & PARTS MANUAL
Series: PFS411HTCE
0.4 HP • 1750 RPM • 60 Hz
Submersible Effluent, Sump
& Sewage Pump
High Temperature
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PFS411HTCE
Submersible Effluent, Sump & Sewage Pumps
General Safety Information
Before installation, read the following
instructions carefully. Failure to follow
instruction and Safety information could
cause serious bodily injury, death and/or
property damage. Each Power-Flo pump is
individually factory tested to insure proper
performance. Closely following these
instructions will eliminate potential operating
problems, assuring years of trouble-free
service.
“Danger” indicates
an imminenty
hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
WILL result in death or serious injury.
“Warning” indicates
an imminenty
hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
MAY result in death or serious injury.
“Caution” indicates
an potentially
hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
MAY result in minor or moderate injury.
IMPORTANT - Power-Flo Pumps and
Systems is not responsible for losses, injury
or death resulting from failure to observe
these safety precautions, misuse, abuse or
misapplication of pumps or equipment.
ALL RETURNED
PRODUCTS MUST BE
CLEANED, SANITIZED,
OR DECONTAMINATED
PRIOR TO SHIPMENT, TO
INSURE EMPLOYEES WILL NOT BE EXPOSED
TO HEALTH HAZARDS IN HANDLING SAID
MATERIAL. ALL APPLICABLE LAWS AND
REGULATIONS SHALL APPLY.
Installation, wiring,
and junction
connections must be in accordance with
the National Electric Code and all applicable
state and local codes. Requirements may
vary depending on usage and location.
Installation and
servicing is to be
conducted by qualified personnel only.
Keep clear of suction
and discharge
openings. Do not insert fingers in
pump with power connected.
Always wear eye
protection when
working on pumps. Do not wear loose
clothing that may become entangled in
moving parts
Pumps build up heat
and pressure during
operation. Allow time
for pumps to cool
before handling or
servicing.
This pump is not
intended for use
in swimming pools or water
installations where human
contact with pumped fluid. Pumps
when used as a decorative water fountain
pump MUST be used in circuit protected by
a Ground Fault Interrupter.
Risk of electric shock.
To reduce risk of
electric shock, always disconnect
pump from power source before
handling. Lock out power & tag.
Sump and sewage
pumps often handle
materials which could cause illness or disease.
wear adequate protective clothing when
working on a used pump or piping. Never
enter a basin after it has been used.
Failure to permanently
ground the pump,
motor and controls before
connecting to power can cause
shock, burns or death.
These pumps are NOT
to be installed in
locations classified as hazardous
in accordance with the National
Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
IMPORTANT!
Prior to installation, record Model
Number, MFG Date, Amps, Voltage, Phase
and HP, from pump name plate for future
reference. Also record the Voltage and
Current Readings at Startup:
1 Phase Models
Amps:
Volts:
Model Number: ____________________
MFG Date: ____________
PHASE: ______ HP: _________________
For PFS411/421
Do not us in water
over 104˚F, the PFS411HT is designed
for 200˚F. Do not exceed manufactures
recommended maximum performance, as
this could cause the motor to overheat.
Do not lift, carry or
hang pump by the
electrical cables. Damage to the
electrical cables can cause shock,
burnes or death. Never handle
connected power cords with wet hands. Use
appropriate lifting device.
Serial #
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PFS411HTCE
Submersible Effluent, Sump & Sewage Pumps
Specifications - High Temp
Series: PFS411HTCE
4/10 HP • 1750 RPM • 60 Hz
High Temperature
Submersible Sewage Pump
MODEL
HP
Hz
PFS411HTCE
4/10
60
DISCHARGE
2” NPT, Female, Vertical
LIQUID
TEMPERATURE
200°F (93°C) Continuous High Temperature
SOLIDS HANDLING
1/2” Solids through strainer.
2” without strainer
VOLUTE
Cast Iron, Class 30
MOTOR HOUSING
Cast Iron, Class 30
IMPELLER
2 Vane, open with pump out vanes on back side
Material: Cast Iron, Class 30
SHAFT
Stainless Steel
SEAL PLATE
Cast Iron, Class 30
SQUARE RINGS
Buna-N
HARDWARE
Stainless Steel
PAINT
Powder Coated - Industrial Grade
SEAL
Inboard Single Mechanical, Oil Filled ,
Material: Type 21, Silicon Carbide/Buna-N
Secondary Exclusion Seal
POWER CORD
15 Ft. Cord, Plug on 115 Volt, Pressure
Grommet for Sealing and Kellum Strain Relief
MOTOR
Oil Filled, Squirrel Cage Induction
Class H Insulation, Vacuum Pressure
Impregnated (VPI)
SINGLE PHASE
Permanent Split Capacitor (PSC),
Includes Overload Protection in Motor:
115v, 50A, Trip Off Temp. 293°F (145°C),
closing Temp. 226°F (108°C).
UPPER BEARING
Single Row, Ball, Oil Lubricated
LOWER BEARING
Single Row, Ball, Oil Lubricated
SLUDGE STRAINER
Bar Strainer with 3” extended feet
LEVEL CONTROL
Wide Angel, High Temperature Mechanical
Float. 15Ft. cord with piggy-back plug.
Normally Open (N/O)
Volts/
Full Load
Locked
NEMA Start Winding Resistance Cord Cord
RPM
Ph
Amps Rotor Amps
Code
MAIN -- START
Type
Size
115/1 1750
10.0
24.5
N
1.6 -- 18.5
SJOOW 16/3
Cord
O.D.
0.325
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PFS411HTCE
Submersible Effluent, Sump & Sewage Pumps
Dimensions & Performance - High Temp
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PFS411HTCE
Submersible Effluent, Sump & Sewage Pumps
Receiving & Installation
Receiving Inspection
Upon receiving the pump, it should be
inspected for damage or shortages.
If damage has occurred, file a claim
immediately with the company that
delivered the pump. If the manual is
removed from the packaging, do not
lose or misplace.
Storage
Any product that is stored for a period
longer than six (6) months from the
date of purchase should be bench
tested prior to installation. A bench
test consists of, checking the impeller
to assure it is free turning and a run
test to assure the motor (and switch
if provided) operate properly. Do not
pump out of liquid.
Liquid Level Controls
Typical Discharge Pipe Mounted:
Refer to Figure 2 below which shows a
typical installation of a 1 phase 115 volt
pump using a level control mounted
to the discharge piping with a piggyback plug. The level control should
have adequate clearance so it cannot
hang up in it’s swing and that the pump
is completely submerged when the
level control is in the “Off” mode. By
adjusting the cord tether the control
level can be changed.
Typical Installation with Wide Angle
Level Control
Plug the level control plug into the GFI
receptacle, then plug the pump into the
piggy-back plug (See Figure 3). One cycle
of operation should be observed, so that
any potential problems can be corrected.
Manual models require a separate
approved pump control device or panel
for automatic operation. Be sure the
electrical specification of the control
selected properly match the electrical
specifications of the pump.
It is recommended that the level control
float should be set to insure that the liquid
in the sump never drops below the top
of the motor housing or a minimum level
of 6 inches (9inches on HTCE) above the
basin floor.
Submergence
The pump should always be operated in
the submerged condition. The minimum
sump liquid level should never be less than
above the pump’s volute (See Figure 1).
Installation
Figure 2
Minimum
Submergence Level
9” for HTCE
Figure 1
Plug float cord into GFI outlet, then
plug pump cord into float cord.
Plug pump cord directly into GFI
outlet.
Level Control Basic Instructions:
Controls
Recommended
Submergence Level
Figure 3
Automatic:
Manual:
Bottom of Feet
These pumps are recommended for
use in a sump or basin. The sump
or basin shall be sealed and vented
in accordance with local plumbing
codes. This pump is designed to pump
effluent or wastewater, nonexplosive
and noncorrosive liquids and shall
NOT be installed in locations classified
as hazardous in accordance with the
National Electrical Code (NEC) ANSI/
NFPA 70 or Canadian Electric Code
(CEC). The pump should never be
installed in a trench, ditch, or hole with
a dirt bottom. The legs will sink into
the dirt and the suction will become
plugged.
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Installation & Service
The installation should be at a sufficient
depth to ensure that all plumbing is
below the frost line. If this is not feasible,
remove the check valve and size the
basin to accommodate the additional
backflow volume.
Discharge Piping
Discharge piping should be as short
as possible and sized no smaller than
the pump discharge. Do not reduce
the discharge pipe size below that
which is provided on the pump. Both
a check valve and a shut-off valve are
recommended for each pump. The
check valve is used to prevent backflow
into the sump. The shut-off valve is
used to manually stop system flow
during pump servicing.
Electrical Connections
Power cable:
The power cable mounted to the pump
must not be modified in any way except
for shortening to a specific application.
Any splice between the pump and the
control panel must be made in
accordance with the electric codes. It is
recommended that a junction box, if used,
be mounted outside the sump or be of
at a minimum Nema 4 construction if
located within the wet well. DO NOT USE
THE POWER CABLE TO LIFT PUMP.
Always rely upon a Certified Electrician
for installation.
Overload Protection:
Single Phase - The stator in-winding
overload protector used is referred to
as an inherent overheating protector
and operates on the combined effect of
temperature and current.
This means that the overload protector
will trip out and shut the pump off if the
windings become too hot, or the
load current passing through them
becomes too high.
IMPORTANT ! - The overload will then
automatically reset and start the pump
up after the motor cools to a safe
temperature. In the event of an overload,
the source of this condition should be
determined and corrected immediately.
WARNING! - DO NOT LET
THE PUMP CYCLE OR RUN IF
AN OVERLOAD CONDITION
OCCURS !
Wire Size:
If longer power cable is required consult
a qualified electrician for proper wire
size.
Pre-Operation
1. Check Voltage and Phase
Compare the voltage and phase
information stamped on the pump
name plate.
2. Check Pump Rotation - Improper
motor rotation can result in poor
pump performance and can damage
the motor and/or pump. Incorrect
rotation for Single-Phase pumps is
unlikely. If the rotation is incorrect
contact factory.
3. Name Plate - Record the information
from the pump name plate to
drawing in front of manual for future
reference.
4. Insulation Test - An insulation
(megger) test should be performed
on the motor. Before the pump is put
into service. The resistance values
(ohms) as well as the voltage (volts)
and current (amps) should be
recorded.
5. Pump-Down Test - Be sure pump
has been properly wired, lowered into
the basin, sump or lift station, check
the system by filling with liquid and
allowing the pump to operate through
its pumping cycle. The time needed to
empty the system, or pump-down
time along with the volume of water,
should be recorded.
Maintenance
No lubrication or maintenance is required.
Perform the following checks when pump
is removed from operation or when pump
performance deteriorates:
a). Inspect motor chamber for oil level
and contamination.
b). Inspect impeller and body for
excessive build-up or clogging.
c). Inspect motor and bearings.
d). Inspect seal for wear or leakage.
Servicing
NOTE: Item numbers in ( ) refer to Figure 5.
Cooling Oil - Anytime the pump is
removed from operation, the cooling oil
in the motor housing should be checked
visually for oil level and contamination.
To check oil, set unit upright. Remove
pipe plug (16) from housing (21). With
a flashlight, visually inspect the oil in
the housing to make sure it is clean and
clear, light amber in color and free from
suspended particles. Milky white oil
indicates the presence of water. Oil level
should be just above the motor when
pump is in vertical position.
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Service
Oil Testing
• Drain oil into a clean, dry container by
placing pump on it’s side, remove pipe
plug (16), from housing (21).
• Check oil for contamination using an
oil tester with a range to 30 Kilovolts
breakdown.
• If oil is found to be clean and
uncontaminated (measuring above
15 KV. breakdown), refill the housing.
• If oil is found to be dirty or
contaminated (or measures below
15 KV. breakdown), the pump must
be carefully inspected for leaks at the
shaft seal, cable assembly, square ring
and pipe plug, before refilling with oil. To
locate the leak, perform a pressure test.
If, after five minutes, the pressure is still
holding constant, and no “bubbles” /oil
seepage is observed, slowly bleed the
pressure and remove the gauge assembly.
Replace oil. Leek must be located and
repaired if pressure does not hold.
Disassembly
Impeller, V-ring and Volute:
1. Disconnect power.
2. Remove cap screws, or legs (29) and
remove strainer (28).
3. Remove cap screw (23) and washers
(24) vertically lift motor, housing and seal
plate assembly from volute (1). Clean out
volute (1) if necessary.
After leak is repaired, dispose of old oil
properly, and refill with new oil.
Pressure Test (If oil has been drained)
Remove pipe plug from housing. Apply
pipe sealant to pressure gauge assembly
and tighten into hole. Pressurize motor
housing to 10 P.S.I. Use soap solution
around the sealed areas and inspect
joints for “air bubbles”.
If, after five minutes, the pressure is still
holding constant, and no “bubbles” are
observed, slowly bleed the pressure and
remove the gauge assembly. Replace
oil. Leek must be located and repaired if
pressure does not hold.
Pressure Test (If oil has NOT been
drained) - Oil should be at normal level.
Remove pipe plug from housing. Apply
pipe sealant to pressure gauge assembly
and tighten into hole. Pressurize motor
housing to 10 P.S.I. Use soap solution
around the sealed areas above the oil
level and inspect joints for “air bubbles”.
For sealed areas below oil level, leeks will
seep oil.
Cooling Oil - 40.6 oz
Recommended Supplier/Grade
BP
Enerpar SE100
Conoco
Pale Paraffin 22
Mobile
D.T.E. Oil Light
Shell Canada
Transformer-10
Texaco
Diala-Oil-AX
Figure 4
Pressure builds up extremely
fast, increase pressure by
“TAPPING” air nozzle. Too much
pressure will damage seal. DO
NOT exceed 10 P.S.I.
Oil Replacement - Set unit upright and
refill with new cooling oil as per table
below . Fill to just above motor, but below
capacitor as an air space must remain in
the top of the housing to compensate
for oil expansion. Apply pipe thread
compound to threads of pipe plug then
assemble to housing.
DO NOT overfill oil. Overfilling
of housing with oil can create
excessive and dangerous
hydraulic pressure which can
destroy the pump and create
a hazard. Overfilling oil voids
warranty.
4. Inspect gasket (2) and replace if cut or
damaged.
5. Clean and examine impeller (27), for
cracks or breakage and replace if required.
To remove impeller (27), place a flat
screwdriver in the slot of the end of the
shaft to hold the shaft stationary while
unscrewing the impeller (27).
6. Check v-ring (25) and remove if
damaged.
Power Cord & Motor:
7. Remove pipe plug (16) and drain oil
from housing.
8. Remove gland nut (17B), from housing
(21). Pull cord through and disconnect the
wires from the terminals on power cord
(17).
9. Remove screws (4) and lift motor
housing (21) and stator from seal plate (29).
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Service
10. Remove o-ring (3), replace if damaged,
11. Check motor capacitor (11) with
an Ohm meter by first grounding the
capacitor by placing a screwdriver across
both terminals and then removing
screwdriver. Connect Ohm meter (set
on high scale) to terminals. If needle
moves to infinity (∞) then drifts back,
the capacitor is good. If needle does not
move or moves to infinity (∞) and does
not drift back, replace capacitor (11).
12. Inspect motor winding for shorts and
check resistance values. Check rotor for
wear. If rotor or the stator windings are
defective, the complete motor must be
replaced.
Shaft Seal:
13. Remove snap ring (6) from seal plate
(29). Remove motor (7) from seal plate
(29).
14. Remove seal’s (22) rotating member,
spring and retaining ring from seal plate.
Examine all seal parts, if seal faces show
signs of wear, uneven wear pattern, chips
or scratches replace entire seal. DO NOT
interchange seal components, replace
the entire shaft seal (22).
If replacing seal, remove stationary by
prying out with flat screwdrive.
Bearings:
15. Examine lower bearing (5), and upper
bearing (18), if replacement is required,
remove by using a wheel puller.
Reassembly
Bearings:
1. Press bearings (5) and (18) onto shaft.
IMPORTANT! - All parts must be
clean before reassembly.
Handle seal parts with extreme
care. DO NOT damage lapped
surfaces.
Shaft Seal:
2. Clean seal cavity in seal plate (29) and
oil. Press seal’s (22) stationary member
firmly into seal plate (29), use a seal tool
or pipe. Nothing should come in contact
with the seal face except the seal tool. Be
sure the stationary is in straight.
3. Place seal’s retaining ring and spring
onto shaft. Lightly oil (Do not use
grease) shaft and inner surface of
bellows.
4. With lapped surface of seal’s rotating
member facing outward, slide over shaft
using a seal tool, being carefull not to
damage seal face. Make sure spring is
seated in retaining ring and spring is
lined up on rotating member and not
cocked or resting on bellows tail.
Motor:
5. Slide motor (7) with bearings and
seal parts (22) into seal plate (29) until
bearing seats into seal plate. Install snap
ring (6) into seal plate (29).
6. Place spring washer (19) onto bearing
(18) and lower housing (21) while
stringing motor leads through the cord
entry bore, with motor onto seal plate
(29).
Impeller, V-ring and Volute:
10. Position v-ring (25) into seal plate (29)
until seated.
11. Clean the threads with thread locking
compound cleaner. Apply removable
Loctite® 242 or equivalent to shaft
threads. Screw impeller (27) onto the shaft
hand tight while using a screwdriver in
the slot at the end of the shaft to hold it
stationary. Rotate impeller to check for
binding.
12. Position gasket (2) on volute flange
and position impeller and motor housing
assembly on volute (1).
13. Place lock washers (24) on cap screws
(25) and screw into volute (1). Torque
to 25 ft/lbs. Check for free rotation of
impeller.
14. Reattach strainer (28) and legs (29).
15. Refill with cooling oil, 40.6 oz (1.2 liters)
Float Switch:
16. Attach float (30) to motor housing
(21) with cable clamp (31) and screw (15).
Leave a minimum tether of 3.50 inches
from cable clamp and end of float. (See
Fig. 5 on page 9 and also page 4).
7. Place screws (4) through seal plate
(29) into housing (21) and torque to 10
ft-lbs.
Power Cord:
8. Check power cord (17) for cracks
or damage and replace if required.
Reconnect motor leads to the underside
of the terminal holder.
9. Place power cord assembly (17) with
nylon housing (17D), ring (17F), Kellum
grip (17C) and gland nut (17B) into
housing (21) and tighten gland nut to
17.5 ft/lbs.
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For Repair Part Please supply: Model Number and MFG Date as shown on
Name Plate, and Part Description and Part Number as shown on Parts List.
Repair Parts
Figure 5
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For Repair Part Please supply: Model Number and MFG Date as shown on
Name Plate, and Part Description and Part Number as shown on Parts List.
Repair Parts
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
QTY
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
DESCRIPTION



Volute
Gasket
Square ring
Screw, Stainless - Torque to 10 Ft-Lbs
Bearing, 6203 - Upper
Snap Ring
Motor (Rotor/Stator)
9
1
Screw
10
1
Lockwasher
11
1
 Capacitor, 20uF/250V
12
1
Handle
13
2
Screw
14
1
Tubing Jacket
15
1
Screw
16
1
Plug
17
1
Power Cord Assembly 15 Ft. 16/3c SJOOW
17A
1
Cord
17B
1
Nut - Torque to 17.5 Ft-Lbs
17C
1
Kellum Cable Grip
17D
1
Nylon/GF Housing
17E
1
Ring
18
1
 Bearing, 6202 - Lower
19
1
Spring Washer
20
1
Ground wire
21
1
Motor Housing
22
1
 Mechanical Seal
23
4
Screw - Torque to 25 Ft-Lbs
24
4
Washer
25
1
V-ring

26
1
 Spacer Seal
27
1
Impeller

28
1
Strainer

29
3
Leg
30
1
Mechanical Float, High Temp., 15 Ft.

31
1
Cord Clamp
OVERHAUL KIT
Kit includes: gasket (2), square ring (3), bearing (5), capacitor

(11), bearing (18), seal (22), v-ring (25), spacer seal (26)
Part No.
--PF068984A
PF019289A
--------------PF035864
----------PF100502K
--------PF17415
------PF068988SK
----PF068053A
PF63PFS4103
PF089369TG
5000005
--PF059-3640
--PFS411HT-OHK
 = Aquire standard hardware locally.
 = Overhaul Kit
 = Supplied as individual items
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PFS411HTCE
Submersible Effluent, Sump & Sewage Pumps
Trouble Shooting Chart
Risk of electric shock. Always disconnect the pump from the power source before handling inspections or repairs.
Symptom
Pump will not run
Pump will not turn off
Possible Cause(s)
Corrective Action
Blown fuse or other interruption of
power; improper voltage.
Check that the unit is securely plugged in. Have an
electrican check all wiring for proper connections
and adequate voltage and capacity.
Switch is unable to move to the “turn ON” position
due to interference with the side of basin or other
obstruction
Position the pump or switch so that it has adequate
clearance for free operation.
Insufficient liquid level
Make sure the liquid level is allowed to rise enough
to activate level control(s).
Defective level control
Remove and replace level controls
Discharge is blocked or restricted
Check the discharge line for foreign material,
including ice if discharge line passes through or
into cold areas
Check valve is stuck closed or installed backwards
Remove check valve(s) and examine for freedom of
operation and proper installation
Gate or ball valve is closed
Open gate or ball valve
Total lift is beyond pump’s capability
Try to route piping to a lower level.
If not possible, a larger pump may be required.
Consult the factory
Pump impeller is jammed or volute casing is pluged Disconnect unit electrically. Remove the pump
from the basin. Detach the pump base and clean
the area around the impeller. Rotate impeller by
hand. Reassemble and reinstall
Pump will not turn off
Pump runs periodically when fixtures are not in use
Level control(s) unable to move to the “turn OFF”
position due to interference with the side of basin
or other obstacle
Posistion the pump or level control so that it has
adequate clearance for free operation
Defective level control
Remove and replace level control
Check valve is stuck open or is leaking
Remove check valve(s) and examine for freedom of
operation and proper installation
Fixtures are leaking
Repair fixtures as required to eliminate leakage
Debris in the impeller cavity
Remove the pump from the basin.
Detach the pump base and clean the area around
the impeller. Reassemble and reinstall
Damaged impeller
Consult the factory for information regarding
replacement of impeller
Worn bearings
Return pump to the factory or authorized repair
station for repair
Piping attachments to building are too rigid
Replace a portion of the discharge line with rubber
hose or connector
Pump operates noisily
NOTE: Power-Flo Pumps & Systems assumes no responsibility for damage or injury due to disassembly in the field. Disassembly of the pumps or supplied
accessories other than at Power-Flo Pumps & Systems or its authorized service centers, automatically voids warranty.
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PFS411HTCE
Submersible Effluent, Sump & Sewage Pumps
LIMITED WARRANTY
Manufacturer warrants, to the immediate purchaser and subsequent initial owner during the warranty period,
every new pump to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service, when properly
used and maintained, for a period of eighteen (18) months from date of manufacture or twelve (12) months from
date of installation (which ever comes first). Failure due to wear due to excessive abrasives is not covered. The
initial owner is the purchaser who first uses the pump after its initial installation, or for non-permanent installation,
the first owner who uses the pump. The date of installation shall be determined by a dated sales receipt noting the
model and serial number of the pump. The dated sales receipt must accompany the returned pump. Product will be
repaired, replaced or remanufactured at Manufacturer’s option. No allowance will be made for shipping charges,
damages, labor or other charges that may occur due to product failure, repair or replacement. This warranty does
not apply to and there shall be no warranty for any material or product that has been disassembled without prior
approval of Manufacturer, subjected to misuse, misapplication, neglect, alteration, accident or act of God; that has
not been installed, operated or maintained in accordance with Manufacturer’s installation instructions; that has
been exposed to outside substances including but not limited to the following: sand, gravel, cement, mud, tar,
hydrocarbons, hydrocarbon derivatives (oil, gasoline, solvents, etc.), or other abrasive or corrosive substances, wash
towels or feminine sanitary products, etc. in all pumping applications. The warranty set out in the paragraph above
is in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied; and we do not authorize any representative or other person
to assume for us any other liability in connection with our products. Contact Manufacturer at: 1-877-24PUMPS or
www.powerflopumps.com, Attention: Customer Service Department, to obtain any needed repair or replacement
of part(s) or additional information pertaining to our warranty.
MANUFACTURER EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS LIABILITY FOR SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL
DAMAGES OR BREACH OF EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY; AND ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND OF MERCHANTABILITY SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE
EXPRESSED WARRANTY.
Some states do not allow limitations on the duration of an implied warranty, so the above limitation may not apply
to you. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above
limitation or exclusion 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.
Power-Flo Pumps & Systems • 877-24PUMPS • www.powerflopumps.com
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