everbilt EFLS15-HD sprinkler pump

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everbilt EFLS15-HD sprinkler pump

hi, does anyone know what seal is used in the above pump?
 
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Which seal ?
There aren't many replacement parts listed.


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is it possible this pump doesnt have a convential seal ie like the ps series?
 
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I'm sure it has a seal. The manufacturer just doesn't want to support it with parts. They probably consider the pump almost disposable. You can find seals but you'll have to take the pump apart and measure what you'll need.
 
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how can i idetify what seal it takes? is just the diameter enough?
 
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You're going to have to remove the impeller off the shaft to make the measurements you need.
I see a generic 5/8" shaft seal recommended but no part numbers.

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so, would any 5/8 inch seal work?
 
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Take YOUR pump apart and measure it YOURSELF. I hope you realize that we don't have the pump in our hands like you do. Remove the seal out and measure it. The most important are its internal and external diameters. Then you can also look at it's thickness but I doubt that's too critical. There are many different designs of seals both in their dimensions, shape, construction and materials. You'll just have to look at the seal you remove and see what you can find to replace it with. A pump like that is a pretty mundane task so you'll probably find many suitable seals and the hard part will be just picking one.
 
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well, the seals come in 2 parts. which part are you talking about?
 
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Yes... the seal comes in two parts and there are several variations to the seal kit. In the link below is just generic 5/8" pump seals. Once you unscrew the impeller from the motor shaft..... you can see which one you need. typically the pump seal is replaced as a kit...... both halves.

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thank you for your advice and time.
 
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