Wayne RUP160 Submersible Utility Water Pump, 1/6 Hp, 3,000 Gph
Designed for continuous duty applications such as draining flooded basements, emptying water filled boats, and removing water from sinks, tubs, stock tanks, and flat roofs. Constructed with an impact and corrosion resistant housing, volute, and impeller. Designed with a 1-1/4" discharge and comes with a garden hose adapter.
- Pumps Up To 3000 GPH 0'
- Reinforced Thermoplastic Oil-Free Submersible Utility Pump
- Corrosion-Resistant Reinforced Thermoplastic Housing, Volute, And Impeller
- Bottom Suction Design Filters and Removes Water Down To 3/8" Of Surface
- 1-1/4" NPS Discharge With 3/4" Garden Hose Adapter Included
- Continuous-Duty Pump You Can Take Anywhere
- Oil-Free Design Protects Aquatic Life
- Easy Carry Handle For Portability
This portable, submersible utility pump is designed for non- automatic use in water. The units are equipped with a 9 ft. 3-prong grounding type power cord. The discharge fitting is designed forconvenient attachment to a garden hose.
Inspect this unit before it is used. Occasionally, products are damaged during shipment. If the pump or components are damaged, return the unit to the place of purchase for eplacement. Failure to do so could result in serious injury or death.
General Safety Information:
1. Wear safety glasses at all times when working with pumps.
2. It is required that this unit be plugged into a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI). Consult a local electrician for installation and availability.
3. Do not use the power cord or discharge hose to carry or handle the pump. Damage to the power cord
or discharge hose may occur. Use the handle supplied on the pump.
Installation and Operation:
1. This pump has been designed with 1-1/4 NPT discharge size. Connect pipe or fitting to the discharge threads or connect the supplied garden hose elbow fitting to the pump. Thread the female end of the garden hose to the male discharge on the pump.
2. To reduce leakage between the pump and the hose, place a hose washer (not included) on the gardenhose before installing to the pump.
3. For best pump performance, unwind the hose before starting the pump. This will help remove any kinks or binds in the hose and allow the unit to pump with less restriction.
4. Set the pump on a hard, flat surface in the water. Do not set the pump directly on mud or sand surfaces. This will cause the inlet screen to clog.
5. The water level must be at least 1-1/2 inches for the pump to prime and operate. Water levels less than 1-1/2 inches will not allow the impeller to contact water and no water will be pumped.
6. Plug the power cord into a grounded 115-volt GFCI power outlet. The pump will start operatingas soon as the power cord is plugged into the power outlet.
7. The pump will remove water down to 1/2 inch above the hard surface the pump was placed on.
8. The pump should be turned off once the water level reaches the 1/2 inch mark.
Minimal service is required for this pump. If pump should fail to operate, perform the following troubleshooting guidelines:
1. The motor housing of the pump is completely sealed and requires no service.
2. To verify pump is operating correctly.
a. Disconnect pump from power source.
b. Disconnect discharge hose from pump.
c. Immerse pump in a bucket or tub of water.
d. Plug power cord into a grounded 115 volt GFCI power outlet. If pump operates correctly proceedto step #3. If pump does NOT operate, unplug power cord and proceed to maintenance guideline item 4 in this section.
3. To verify discharge hose is free from a blockage.
a. Connect hose to another water source such as a faucet. If water flows through hose, proceed to step 3b. If water is restricted, verify discharge hose is unwound. Remove all kinks, bends or obstructions in hose.
b. Verify pumping height does NOT exceed 20 feet. If pumping height is greater than 20feet, this pump will NOT work.
4. Periodic cleaning of pump is required to maintain performance of the pump. Follow the cleaning steps listed below:
a. Unplug the power cord.
b. Remove the 4 screws in the bottom of the base
c. Remove the base (Reference No. 7).and inlet plate (Reference No. 6)
d. Remove the debris and make sure the impeller turns freely.
e. Reinstall inlet plate, base and screws.