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Thread: Can anyone ID the HP on this Water Ace Pump?

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    Can anyone ID the HP on this Water Ace Pump?

    New to TFP, so far have found it to be a very informative resource!

    I've attached a few pic links of a label of my pump so maybe there are some pool pump experts(or forensic investigators)that can decipher the HP of the pump( I know it's a Water Ace)

    I tried to photo shop the pic to get as much out of it but as you can see its quite obliterated by the sun & elements...

    http://i959.photobucket.com/albums/ae73 ... 50f5ea.jpg
    http://i959.photobucket.com/albums/ae73 ... 883507.jpg
    http://i959.photobucket.com/albums/ae73 ... 25e5e8.jpg

    Anyway, great site, and I hope someone can help me out with this.

    Best regards,
    V

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    Re: Can anyone ID the HP on this Water Ace Pump?

    Take the motor out of the pump. The Impeller should have a HP rating printed on it.

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    Re: Can anyone ID the HP on this Water Ace Pump?

    On the third pic you can almost read the model number of the motor, but you took the pic of the wrong side of the label.

    If you can get a pic of the other half of that label, or if you can read the model number you should be able to find it online.
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    Re: Can anyone ID the HP on this Water Ace Pump?

    Thanks folks...I'll try to shoot a pic of the other side of the label, and if that doesn't work I'll pull the motor. Thankfully, pumps turning fine!

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    Re: Can anyone ID the HP on this Water Ace Pump?

    Worst case: just replace the motor and impeller together. So if you get a 1 HP motor get a 1 HP impeller to go with it. Impellers are pretty inexpensive.

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    Re: Can anyone ID the HP on this Water Ace Pump?

    One last pic of left side of pump motor label...mrdgvb1, pumps working fine, so no replacement is necessary. I was going to change it out for a vs for a waterfall feature but I couldn't get the waterfall tech and upcomming paver installer to coordinate project. It's going to be a concrete deck demo and thick paver instal...My wife and I scrapped the waterfall and we're just going for a paver deck and patio instead. Maybe a garden fountain down the road for a nice water feature???

    Anyway, here's the last pic link and I think it's 1 hp although Voltage & rpms's are blighted.

    http://i959.photobucket.com/albums/ae73 ... 53feb3.jpg

    Thanks for the replies.

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    Re: Can anyone ID the HP on this Water Ace Pump?

    I can't read the model number on the motor either. Are there any other labels, maybe on the pump (not the motor)? What is the label below the label on the motor in in your first post, third pick?
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