Grundfos 1-00-0184 120V 9.5 GPM 1in. Barb Circulation Pump

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Grundfos 120V 9.5 GPM 1" Barb Circulation Pump - 1-00-0184

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Grundfos 120V 9.5 GPM 1" Barb Circulation Pump - 1-00-0184

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bruce t. said:
Location: flower mound, tx
Leak
1 month ago
I had the same problem as a previous respondent about bleeding the pump before it would run. Cost me $90 to get a service guy. One other problem is the finger screw in the front of the pump leaks water around the threads. The instructions do not mention it. What is it for and should it be screwed all the way in or all the way out? I am afraid if I screw it all the way out I will not be able to get it back in due to water pressure. Otherwise the pump runs good and serves its purpose.
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PoolSupplyWorld said:
1 month ago
When you mention "bleeding", this is commonly referred to as priming the pump, which is something that is required when the pump is empty of water. It would be damaging to the pump to run without first filling it with water. As for the leak, this "finger screw" would be referred to as a drain plug, and is required for winterizing the pump in freezing climates. If this is leaking, you can attempt to replace either the drain plug itself or the o-ring. For assistance finding those parts you can give us a call at 800-772-0467 and any of our customer service representatives would be happy to help. Thanks for the feedback!
Tom said:
1 year ago
The pump works fine. My only issue is the instructions are vague. Installing the pump is not hard. It actually is really easy. However, the manual/instructions never mentioned "bleeding" the pump so it will be operational. That is a main detail that needed to be addressed. Otherwise, you assume your pump is functioning properly. Then your motor can potentially burn out. Or you need to hire a pool/spa person at $90 an hour plus $75 service call fee to do something that would have taken you 30 minutes .. more
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