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    Please Help identifying pump

    First off thank you everyone for this great resource! It's awesome to find a site that isn't trying to sell something and that is backed up by science and real world experience.

    I bought a new house with an above ground pool in the backyard. The family is enjoying it quite a bit. Unfortunately the pump leaks quite a bit whenever it is running. From what I have read this is most likely caused by a bad motor shaft seal. I need help figuring out what kind of pump system I have so that I can determine where to buy the replacement parts.

    I have attached some photos of the label, it's pretty worn but hopefully someone can help me out.
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    10k AG Pool /w Pentair sand filter.

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    Re: Please Help identifying pump

    Maybe a Pentair Dynamo. Can you post a picture of the whole pump?
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    Re: Please Help identifying pump

    That is a Pentair Dynamo 1.5 hp pump for above ground pools. It takes a 5/8" mechanical shaft seal.
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