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Wayne WLS75

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Category: Garden Tools

Please call Wayne (800-237-0987) for instructions or see your dealer. Be pre pared to provide the model number and the serial number when exercising this warranty. All transportation charges on Products or parts submitted for repair or replacement must be paid by purchaser. This Limited Warranty does not cover Products which have been damaged as a result of accident, abuse, misuse, neglect, improper installation, improper maintenance, or failure to operate in accordance with Wayne’s written inst

Wayne WLS200

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Category: Garden Tools

The water inside the pump could boil and damage the pump. Maintenance Maintain adequate ventilation for the pump motor. The motor bearings are permanently lubricated at the factory. Additional lubrication is not required. DRAINING FOR WINTER Always protect pump and piping against freezing temperatures. If there is any danger of freezing, drain the system. To drain the system: 1. Remove the pipe plug from the discharge tee. 2. Remove the 1/4” plug from the lower front face of the pump. 3. Drain a

Wayne WLS150

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Category: Garden Tools

4. After the proper depth is reached, install a well seal or pitless adapter to support the pipe. 5. Slope the horizontal pipe upward toward the pump to eliminate trapping air. 6. When using a foot valve, a priming tee and plug above the well seal is recommended. DRIVEN WELL • Drive the point several feet below the water table. NOTE: A packer-type foot valve can be installed in the well (See Figure 3). This type of foot valve allows the well pipe to be filled with water when priming and makes th

Wayne WLS100

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Category: Garden Tools

Safety Guidelines This manual contains information that is very important to know and understand. This information is provided for SAFETY and to PREVENT EQUIPMENT PROBLEMS. To help recognize this information, observe the following symbols. Danger indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. Warning indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. Caution indicates a potentiall

Wayne WIP150

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Category: Swimming Pools

After about 10 minutes of operation, check the return fittings for air bubbles. A continuous flow of air indicates leaks in the suction line. Locate and correct any leaks immediately. CONTROLLING PUMP DISCHARGE Keep the gate valve in the suction line fully open during operation. To control the discharge, use a valve in the return line. Do not retighten strainer Ring-lok during operation. Do not operate pump with closed suction or discharge valve. WATER CHEMISTRY Proper and consistent use of chem

Wayne WIP100

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Category: Swimming Pools

Protect yourself and others by observing all safety information. Failure to comply with instructions could result in personal injury and/or property damage! Retain instructions for future reference. Pool Pumps Description This swimming pool pump is designed for use with permanently installed pools only. These pools can be either in-ground or above-ground. Unpacking After unpacking the unit, carefully inspect for any damage that may have occurred during transit. Check for loose, missing or damage

Wayne TSC

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Category: Plumbing Product

If the power source is out of sight, lock and TAG IN OPEN (OFF) POSITION to prevent unexpected power application. Failure to do so could result in fatal electrical shock! This unit is not designed for use in septic tanks or underground vaults to pump raw sewage or effluents. Never use in hazardous or explosive locations. 1. This pump has been designed to attach to a standard garden hose. Thread the female end of the garden hose to the male discharge on the pump. 2. To reduce leakage between the

Wayne SEP8

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Category: Plumbing Product

2. Disassembly of the motor prior to expiration of warranty will void the warranty. If repairs are required, see troubleshooting chart. 3. Inlet should be kept clean and free of all foreign objects and inspect annually. A clogged inlet will damage pump. 4. Pump should be checked monthly for proper operation. This pump contains dielectric oil for cooling. This oil can be harmful to the environment. Check the state environmental laws before disposing this oil. Figure 6 - Duplex System Off Level On

Wayne SEP6

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Category: Plumbing Product

Cutting the cord or plug will void the warranty and make the pump inoperable. Figure 4 - Typical Installation Three prong grounded outlet equipped with a ground fault interruptor Main waste line to sewer or septic tank 2 in. Discharge pipe Upper level drainage Cleanout Pump Float Switch Flange Floor drain Dryer Washer Laundry tubs Vent pipe Lavatory Shower Washer drain 45° Elbow 2 in. Check valve 2 in. gate valve Operating Instructions and Parts Manual Union Operating Instructions and Parts Manu

Wayne SEP5

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Category: Plumbing Product

All models with a plug-in power cords system should still have a qualified electrician inspect the outlet being used to ensure proper wiring. Grounding Grounded Blade Outlet Power Cord Switch Cord Figure 3 TESTRESET The control switch is a wide-angle system which prevents short cycling of the pump motor and the consequential problems that short cycling can cause. The switch can be mounted on the discharge pipe (just above the pump discharge flange). See illustrations for switch mounting arrangem





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