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    Help me ID my pump please?

    I'm trying to diagnose a leak on my pump and I think it may be the shaft seal. I know I have a tiny leak from the discharge pipe where it exits the pump, but the slab is always wet under the pump itself. I know I need to determine the pump model so I can get the correct seal kit, correct? Unfortunately the sticker has disintegrated. Can someone help ID it? It looks like a SP2610X15 from some basic googling.





    Thanks!
    20000 gallon/ Hayward Pro-grid DE6020/Taylor 2006/Hayward SWG

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    Re: Help me ID my pump please?

    It's a Hayward SuperPump.

    I recommend U.S. Seal PS-3868 Seal Assembly for Ozone / Salt.

    If you use a flashlight, you can look under the pump to see if the seal is leaking.

    Look from the back, at an angle. It's tricky, but doable.
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    Re: Help me ID my pump please?

    Thanks James!

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    Re: Help me ID my pump please?

    I'm trying to figure out the gpm of this pump, but I'm having some trouble getting a clear answer. Is it 50 gpm?

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    Re: Help me ID my pump please?

    Depends on the pressure. The more pressure that the pump has to overcome, the less flow.

    Based on the total hp of your motor, you should have a SP2607X10 pump or at least a 2607 impeller.

    See head curve here:

    https://www.hayward-pool.com/pdf/lit...LITSUPER11.pdf

    What is your filter pressure?
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    Re: Help me ID my pump please?

    Filter pressure is about 11-12 psi at the moment after a recent cleaning.
    20000 gallon/ Hayward Pro-grid DE6020/Taylor 2006/Hayward SWG

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    Re: Help me ID my pump please?

    With both suction lines open, you're probably between 40 and 60 gpm.
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    Re: Help me ID my pump please?

    Thanks again. One last question (for now) are there any other o-rings or seals I should replace while I'm in there?
    20000 gallon/ Hayward Pro-grid DE6020/Taylor 2006/Hayward SWG

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    Re: Help me ID my pump please?

    SPX1600T housing gasket and SPX1600R Diffuser Gasket.
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