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Old 23-03-18, 10:11 PM   #1
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Default Jabsco 3/4 Pump

Well got the pump.

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Little 3/4bsp Jabsco flexible impeller pump

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One for size.

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I've stuck it in the sink and and gave it a turn by hand, seems to be work OK..... not sure what the glad is like though.
Quite happy for just a smidge over 15.
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Old 23-03-18, 10:33 PM   #2
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Well got the pump.


I've stuck it in the sink and and gave it a turn by hand, seems to be work OK..... not sure what the glad is like though.
Quite happy for just a smidge over 15.
Lets hope it's ok, because if it needs parts it gets expensive fast.

These are parts for the last " one I rebuilt, on top of the parts listed I had to make a new shaft.

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Old 23-03-18, 11:47 PM   #3
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I really need to get my eyes tested, I can't make out anything on that invoice

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I really need to get my eyes tested, I can't make out anything on that invoice

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Or, impeller, gland packing and brass wear plate 75

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Needs new gland packing but apart from that is seems "ok"....

Getting the pulley off might be an issue as is the brass fitting that has glued in.... cut it off so far but didn't have my punches in work to cut and knock the remains out.

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The gland packing is a moulded item,(for want of a better description) it isnt made made the usual packing used on the likes of Lister domestics.
On the other hand they have them and price is only 7.50 each.
Depending on how much use you will give it, and how hard the impeller is I'd change it now, before it breaks up and jams solid.

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Had to cut the pulley off had 3 broken off grub screws in the pulley and corroded quite badly in places. It probably could have stayed there but had to come off to put the impeller in the right way....
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had to come off to put the impeller in the right way....
Nows theres a thing, mine was the same, nothing to stop the shaft moving to the drive pulley side and the key rubbing the case away. I had to make a new shaft as well because someone had wrongly assembled it and then cut the extra shaft that was sticking out the back off

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Doh, the impeller on this one only had a key way part of the way through, you have to either put the shaft in through the glad end or the front plate depending on which way you have the impeller.
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Doh, the impeller on this one only had a key way part of the way through, you have to either put the shaft in through the glad end or the front plate depending on which way you have the impeller.
There is only one correct way to have it, any other way will causes damage.
Install the ramp into housing (make sure screw does not sit around of ramp), insert impeller with the blind slot end going in first, then slide the shaft in from the front making sure the key is in place. The blind slot in the impeller stops the shaft going in too far, and so stops the key damaging the rear of the impeller housing. Once the front plate is fitted that will stop the shaft from sliding forwards. The rest of the bits are fitted from the gland packing side, first the lock nut then the gland packing followed by a spacer (on some pumps) then the gland nut, pulley is last.

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