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    Identifying old pump

    Hi,
    I am trying to identify this pump so I can replace the seals using the great info I found on this forum. See photos and let me know if anyone has any clue. Trying to save a couple hundred bucks by not replacing this. It runs fine it just leaks out the bottom.
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    Re: Identifying old pump

    Does the "SP2600-B" identify the model I should be searching for?

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    Re: Identifying old pump

    A google search of the part number on the diffusor housing says you have a Hayward super pump, 2600 series. You should be able to find a seal kit for that pump without too much hassle.

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    Also check that tag on the motor if its the original motor it may have the pump info on it too.
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    Re: Identifying old pump

    I did not notice that number until I posted the photo, duh. I was looking all over the outside of the pump and motor for info on a label. THanks!

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