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Hayward Max-Flo XL Pool Pump



New! Extended "No Questions Asked" Warranty now available! See links at bottom of page for warranty details.

Qty. Item No. Pump Size ONLY! 
E2328   3/4-HP   $389.99  


E2329   1-HP   $424.99  


E2331   1 1/2-HP   $484.99  


E2332   2-HP   $529.99  


For written information, order our Information Packet located below.

Technical Specifications:
  • Self-priming (suction lift up to 8 feet above water level)
  • Tri-Lock cam and ramp strainer cover are designed to seal with less than a quarter turn.
  • Clear strainer cover lets you see when the basket needs cleaning. Pressure testable to 50 psi MAXIMUM.
  • Large leaf holding capacity strainer basket extends time between cleanings.
  • Elevated base insures better ventilation for cooler running and protection from flooding.
  • All components are molded of corrosion-proof reinforced engineered plastic for extra durability and long life.



Item# Model No. HP Voltage

Union Connectors

E2328
SP2305X7
3/4
115/208-230
1.5" x 2"
E2329
SP2307X10
1
115/208-230
1.5" x 2"
E2331
SP2310X15
1-1/2
115/208-230
1.5" x 2"
E2332
SP2315X20
2
115/208-230
1.5" x 2"




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Frequently Asked Questions:

What size piping does The Max Flo XL have?
– The Max Flo XL pump has 2 inch intake and discharge.

What is the voltage on The Max Flo XL pump?
– The Max-Flo XL pump is a 115/230 dual voltage. It comes factory wired for 230 volts, But can be rewired to 115.

How long should I run my pump for?
– You should run your pump for at least 8 hours a day. Although the Max-Flo XL pump is designed to be run 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

Is the Max-Flo XL pump self-priming?
– Yes, the pump is a self-priming pump (suction lift 8 ft above water level).

Is this a dual speed pump?
– No, this is a single speed pump.


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Troubleshooting:

  • Motor won't start:
    • Check for improper or loose connections, open switches or relays, blown circuit breakers or fuses.
    • Manually check rotation of motor shaft for free movement and lack of obstruction
  • Motor cuts out – check for:
    • Wiring, loose connections, etc.
    • Low voltage at motor (frequently caused by undersized wiring).
    • Binding and overload. (Amperage reading)
  • Motor hums, but does not start – check for:
    • Governor stuck in open position.
    • Open capacitor.
  • Motor cuts out – check for:
    • Wiring, loose connections, etc.
    • Low voltage at motor (frequently caused by undersized wiring).
    • Binding and overload. (Amperage reading)
  • Pump won't prime:
    • Make sure pump/strainer housing is filled with water and that cover gasket is clean and properly seated. Tighten hand nuts.
    • Make sure all suction and discharge valves are open and unobstructed, and that pool water level is above all suction openings.
    • Block off suction as close to pump as possible and determine if pump will develop a vacuum.
      • If pump does not develop a vacuum and pump has sufficient "priming water".
        • Tighten all bolts and fittings on suction side
        • Check voltage to make sure pump is up to speed.
        • Open pump and check for clogging or obstruction.
        • Remove and replace shaft seal.
      • If pump develops a vacuum, check for blocked suction line or strainer, or air leak in suction piping.
  • Low Flow – Generally, check for:
    • Clogged or restricted strainer or suction line; undersized pool piping.
    • Plugged or restricted discharge line of filter (high discharge gauge reading).
    • Air leak in suction (bubbles issuing from return fittings).
    • Pump operation underspeed (low voltage).
    • Plugged or restricted impeller.
  • Noisy Pump – check for:
    • Air leak in suction causing rumbling in pump.
    • Cavitation due to restricted or undersized suction line and unrestricted discharge lines. Correct suction condition or throttle discharge lines, if practical.
    • Vibration due to improper mounting, etc.
    • Foreign matter in pump housing.
    • Motor bearings made unserviceable by wear, rust, or continual overheatings.
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