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    Hayward 3/4 HP Booster Pump for Pressure Cleaners

    Item # E1079 Manuf.# W36060

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      The Most Energy Efficient Booster Pump

      Take control of your energy usage with the Hayward 3/4 HP Booster Pump, the most energy efficient pump available. This booster pump will deliver amazing efficiency, reducing electricity usage by 40%.

      The result? You’ll significantly lower your pool operation costs. This innovative high performance pump is also extremely easy to install, boasts an ultra-quiet operation and is versatile enough to use with any pressure cleaner requiring a booster pump.


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      • The Hayward 3/4 HP Booster Pump for Pressure Cleaners uses 40% less electricity
      • 1.5” union fittings improve performance, simplify installation and make servicing a breeze
      • Tall motor base increases ventilation and protects against flooding
      • Compatible with all pressure cleaners requiring a booster pump
      • Volute can be reoriented for horizontal discharge
      • Incredibly quiet operation, less than 40 db
      • Oversized drain plug requires no tools
      • Includes a one-year warranty

      What horsepower is the Hayward Booster Pump?
      - ¾ hp
      What is the size of the fittings?
      - They are 1 ½ inch
      What type of cleaner can the Hayward Booster Pump work with?
      - This is suitable for use with all pressure cleaners that require a booster pump. In example, the Hayward Phantom as well as the Polaris 380.
      What are the dimensions of the pump?
      - About 16”x 9.25”x 12”
      What are the voltage and amps?
      - Voltage= 208-230/115 Amps= 6.9-6.8/13.3
      What type of base should I mount the booster pump to?
      - Install pump on a level concrete slab or other rigid base to meet all local and national codes. Secure pump to base with screws or bolts to further reduce vibration and stress on pipe or hose joints. The base must be level, rigid, and vibration free.

      Motor Will NOT Start – Check For:

      • Make sure the terminal board connections agree with the wiring diagram on motor data plate label. Be sure motor is wired for available field supply voltage (see pump operating label). 
      • Improper or loose wiring connections; open switches or relays; tripped circuit breakers, or blown fuses.

      Solution: Check all connections, circuit breakers, and fuses. Reset tripped breakers or replace blown fuses.

      • Manually check rotation of motor shaft for free movement and lack of obstruction.

      Solution: Refer to Steps 4 & 5 of “Shaft Seal Change Instructions” in this manual.

      • If you have a timer, be certain it is working properly. Bypass it if necessary.
      • Motor Shuts OFF – Check For:
      • Low voltage at motor or power drop (frequently caused by undersized wiring or extension cord use).

      Solution: Contact qualified professional to check that the wiring gauge is heavy enough.
      NOTE: Your Hayward pump motor is equipped with an “automatic thermal overload protector.” The motor will automatically shut off if power supply drops before heat damage can build up causing windings to burn out. The “thermal overload protector” will allow the motor to automatically restart once the motor has cooled. It will continue to cut On/Off until the problem is corrected. Be sure to correct cause of overheating.

      • Motor Hums, But Does NOT Start – Check For:
      • Impeller jammed with debris.

      Solution: Have a qualified repair professional open the pump and remove the debris.

      • Low Flow – Generally, Check For:
      • Clogged or restricted strainer or suction line.

      Solution: Contact a qualified repair professional.

      • Undersized pool piping.

      Solution: Correct piping size.

      • Plugged or restricted discharge line of filter, valve partially closed (high gauge reading).

      Solution: Sand filters – backwash as per manufacturer’s instructions; D.E. filters – backwash as per manufacturer’s instructions; Cartridge filters – clean or replace cartridge.

      • Air leak in suction (bubbles issuing from return fittings).

      Solution: Re-tighten suction and discharge connections using Teflon tape. Inspect other plumbing connections and tighten as required.

      • Plugged, restricted, or damaged impeller.

      Solution: Replace including new seal assembly.
      Noisy Pump – Check For:
      Air leak in suction piping, cavitations caused by restricted or undersized suction line or leak at any joint, low water level in pool, and unrestricted discharge return lines.
      Solution: Correct suction condition or throttle return lines, if practical. Holding hand over return fitting will sometimes prove this point.
       Vibration due to improper mounting, etc.
      Solution: Mount the pump on a level surface and secure the pump to the equipment pad.
      Foreign matter in pump housing. Loose stones/debris hitting impeller could be cause.
      Solution: Clean the pump housing.

      • Motor bearings noisy from normal wear, rust, overheating, or concentration of chemicals causing seal damage which will allow chlorinated water to seep into bearings wiping out the grease causing bearing to whine.

      Solution: All leaking seals should be replaced at once.

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