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SEARS OWNER'S CRAFTSMAN MODEL NO . 390.251182 MANUAL MODELNO . 390.2511 82 3 _ 90 _ . 251982 CRAFTSMAN 390.252282 PROFESSIONAL MODEL NOS . 390.251982 390.252252 CRRFTSMgN Â° " HYDROGLASS ' ' Â® CAUTION : Read and Follow CONVERTIBLE DEEP All Safely Rulesand Operating Instructions WELL JET PUMP Before FirstUse of â¢ Safety Instructions ThisProduct . â¢ Installation Save ThisManual For â¢ Operation FutureReference . â¢ Troubleshooting â¢ Repair Parts IIIIII I Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL - 60179 U . S . A . PRINTED IN U . S . A . Form No . F642 - 9806 ( Rev . 4 / 24 / 98 )
READ AND FOLLOW SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ! This is the safety alert symbol . When you see this symbol on your pump or in this manual , look for one of the fol - lowing signal words and be alert to the potential for per - sonal injury : DANGER warns about hazards that will cause serious per - sonal injury , death or major property damage if ignored . WARNING warns about hazards that will or can cause se - rious personal injury , death or major property damage if ig - nored . CAUTION warns about hazards that will or can cause minor personal injury or property damage if ignored . The label NOTICE indicates spedal instructions which are important but not related to hazards . Carefully read and follow all safety instructions in this manual and on pump . Keep safety labels in good condition . Replace missing or damaged safety labels . Electrical Safety General Safety _ k Wire motor for correct WARNING WARNING voltage . See " Electrical " section Of this manual O Hazardous pressure ! and motor nameplate . Install pressure relief valve in discharge pipe . _ k Ground motor before connecting to power Release all pressure on system before working on supply . any component . _ k Meet National Elect - rical Code and local Hazardous voltage . Can shock , burn , or codes for all wiring . Relief valve must be capable of passing full pump flow at cause death . 75 PSI . _ k Follow wiring instruc - Ground pump before Pump water only with this pump . tions in this manual connecting to power Periodically inspect pump and system components . supply . when connecting mo - Wear safety glasses at all times when working on pumps . tor to power lines . Keep work area clean , uncluttered and properly lighted ; store properly all unused tools and equipment . Make workshops childproof ; use padlocks and master switches ; remove starter keys . . . . Keep visitors at a safe distance from the work areas . General Safety I _ ' WARNINGI ] Pump body may explode if used as a Do not allow pump , pressure tank , piping , or any other sys - booste _ r pump unless relief valve capable of passing tem component containing water to freeze . Freezing may full pump flow at 75 PSI ( 517 kPa ) is installed . damage system , leading to injury or flooding . Allowing pum . p . or _ Â¢ m _ c0mpo . nents to freeze will void warranty . [ & CAUTION IMotor normally operates at high temperature and will be too hot to touch . It is protected from heat dam - age during operation by an automatic internal cutoff switch . Before handling pump or motor , stop motor and allow it to cool for 20 minutes .
. INTRODUCTION CONTENTS We suggest you take a few minutes to read the instructions Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 contained in this manual before instalfing and using your Warranty / Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 pump . This will help you obtain the full benefits of the quab Installation . . . . . . . . . . . i - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 8 ity and convenience built into this equipment . It will also help you avoid any needless service expense resulting from Electrical . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 causes beyond our control which naturally cannot be cov - Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 ered in our warranty . Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 - 12 Pump Performance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Repair Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 - 19 RULES FOR SAFE INSTALLATION AND OPERATION 6 . Before installing or servicing your pump , BE CERTAIN - 1 . Read the Owners Manual and Rules for Safe Operation and Installittion Instructions carefully . Failure to follow pump power source is disconnected . these Rules and Instructions could cause serious bodily 7 . Be sure your pump electrical circuit is properly grounded . injury , and / or property damage . 8 . Complete pump and piping system MUST be protected 2 . Check your local electrical wiring codes before installa - against below freezing temperature . Failure to do so could tion . If your local codes are not followed , your pump will cause severe damage and voids the Warranty . not work to its full rated capacity . If in doubt , contact 9 . Make sure the line'voltage and frequency of the electrical your local Power Company . circuit supply agree with the motor wiring . If motor is 3 . Be certain your l _ ump installation meets all local plumb - dual voltage type , BE SURE it is wired correctl ] ? for your ing , pump and well codes . power supply . 4 . While installing the pump , always keep the well covered 10 . The correct fusing and wiring sizing is essential to proper to prevent leaves and foreign matter from falling into the motor operation . Recommended fusing and wire size data well and contaminating the water and / or causing possi - is in the manual . ble serious damage to the mechanical operation of the pump . 5 . Always test the well water for purity before using . Check with local health department for testing procedure . 3
INSTALLATION - DEEP WELL 1 " DISCHARGE TO SERVICE " REGULATOR 1 = PRIMING PLUG ' _ PLASTIC PIPE PLASTIC 1 - 1 / 4 " SUCTION LINE PIPE f PRESSURE SWITCH _ F WELL SEAL ADAPTERS 1 " PLASTIC PIPE - TANK PIPING 1 - 1 / 4 " 1 - 1 / 4 ' STEEL PIPE CAPTIVE AIFI _ TANK CHECK VALVE CHECK VALVE _ AND STRAINER SINGLE PIPE INSTALLATION END VIEW SIDE VIEW DOUBLE PIPE INSTALLATION Fi - g _ - re - I _ ' Captive Air e Pressure Tank Installation - Deep Well 1 " DISCHARGE PLASTIC TO SERVICE PIPE PRIMING 1 - 1 / 4 " REGULATOR PRESSURE SWITCH " _ _ 1 - 1 / 4 SUCTION LINE I 1 " DRIVE UNE VOLUME CONTROL VERTICAL CASING TUBING ADAPTER / 1 - 114 STANDARD PRESSURE TANK JET WITH BUILT - IN AIR VOLUME CONTROL SINGLE PIPE END VIEW SIDE VIEW INSTALLATION DOUBLE PIPE INSTALLATION Figure 2 - Standard Pressure Tank Installation - Deep Well
INSTALLATION - SHALLOW WELL 1 " DISCHARGE TO SERVICE PRIMING PLUG SHALLOW WELL JET PRESSURE SWITCH I - I14 " CHECK VALVE PIPE ADAPTER ( OPTIONAL CHECK TO VALVE ) WELL SEAL , _ 1 - 1 / 4 " PLASTIC PIPE FOOT VALVE AND STRAINER \ DRIVEN POINT DUG OR CASED WELL SIDE VIEW END vIEW Figu _ 3 - - - C _ tive AiP Pressure Tank Installation - Shallow Well 1 " DISCHARGEE TO SERVIC " _ PRESSURE REGULATOR I - I14 " = _ ' _ SHALLOW WELL JET PRESSU _ I _ ING PLUG _ ALI _ ; PLASTIC PIP ( _ CK VALVE OPTION PIPEADAPTER Y SWITCH " _ _ _ , _ PLASTIPCIPE CHECk _ ' % ADAPTER VALVE . . . . " _ ' _ ' _ ' _ 1 - 1 / 4 " AIR VOLUME 1 - 114 " STEEL [ 1 PLASTIC PIPE . DRIVE PIPE " - " _ I I STANDARD PRESSURE TANK DhIVE - - - _ t'l COUPING _ FOOT VALVEER AND STRAIN ROLTUBING W r AIR'VOLUME CONTROL WELL POINT _ . . . . _ END VIEW SIDE VIEW DRIVEN POINT DUG OR CASED WELL Figure 4 - Standard Pressure Tank Installation - Shallow Well
INSTALLATION NOTICE : Use Teflon tape suppfied with the pump or Plasto - In a shallow well installation , the jet assembly is attached Joint Stikl for . making all pipe - thread connections to the directly to the pump because the vacuum created will pull water to the pump . pump itself . To avoid stress - cracking , do not use pipe joint compounds on the pump . The pressure regulator may be used to restrict the flow of 1 . Wrap male pipe threads being attached to pump with one water in a shallow well system if the SEARS convertible or two layers of Teflon tape . Cover entire threaded por - pump produces more water than the well can produce . tion of pipe . DEEP WELL PUMP INSTALLATION 2 . Do not overtighten threaded fittings in the plastic pump . Be sure you do not try to tighten joint past thread stop in ( Figures I & 2 , Page 4 ) pump port ! In a deep well installation , the jet assembly is submerged in 3 . If leaks occur , remove fittings , clean off old tape , rewrap the well because the vertical distance to the water level ex - with one to two layers of tape and remake the connec - ceeds the suction lift of the pump . A single pipe system must tion . If joint still leaks , replace the fittings ( fittings may be be used in 2 " and 3 _ wells . A double pipe system must be undersized ) . used in 4 _ or larger wells . 4 . - Be sure to support all piping connected to the System . Follow instructions packed with jet package for proper noz - zle and venturi combination for your pumping depth . MAJOR COMPONENTS AND WHAT THEY DO DOUBLE PIPE JET Tank and Air Volume Control when a double pipe jet is selected , 2 pipes are used in the The tank serves two functions . It provides a reservoir of well . One is the suction pipe , and the other , the pressure water , some of which can be drawn through the house fix - pipe . Plastic pipe is ideal for double pipe installations , due ture before the pump must start , and it maintains a cushion to its light weight and easy installation . of air under pressure . Use 100 pound flexible plastic pipe on horizontal jet pumps . When Captive Air * Tanks are used , no air volume control is necessary . This tank contains a permanent pre . charge of air . TO INSTALL 4 " DOUBLE PIPE JET When a Standard Tank is used , an air volume control adds First , inspect jet to make sure no foreign matter has entered air _ to , the _ tank when it is needed . See instructions included the openings . with Air Volume Control for details on installation and op - Be certain no foreign matter enters pipe openings while in - eration . stalling the unit . Pressure Switch Plastic Pipe Installations The pressure switch provides for automatic operation . 1 . Attach a foot valve ( not furnished ) to the jet with a short nipple . MODEL NO . PUMP STARTS AT PUMP STOPS AT 2 . Before installing , be certain foot valve operates freely . 390.251182 30 Pounds 50 Pounds 3 . A special plastic pipe adapter is included with the jet 390.251982 40 Pounds 60 Pounds which screws into the 1 - 1 / 4 _ suction tapping over the 390.252282 40 Pounds 60 Pounds venturi . 4 . Assemble a plastic pipe adapter ( not furnished ) into 1 _ Impeller , Jet and Pressure Regulator tapping in the jet body . The impeller of the pump rotates with the motor shaft , cans - 5 . Use sufficient length of plastic pipe to place the jet 10 - 15 ing the water to fly out from its rim by centrifugal force . The feet below the lowest drawdown water level . This is the rotation of the impeller creates a vacuum which _ pulls " in level to which the water in the well will drop while being more water . Part of the water is diverted back to the jet pumped continuously . where it again passes through the nozzle and venturi - cre - ating additional vacuum to draw in more water and deliver - 6 . Tighten all hose clamps securely . A sanitary well seal is re - ing it at high pressure to the impeller . quired on top of the well casing . Use steel nipples and el - bows or specialized galvanized steel elbows to go through In a deep well installation , the jet assembly is submerged the well seat . Use plastic pipe adapters where special el - in the well because the vertical distance to the water level bows are not used . exceeds the suction lift of the pump . Adjustment of the pressure regulator causes the right amount of water to be diverted back to the jet for the most efficient operation . ' lake Chemical Co . , Chicago , Illin Â° is 6
INSTALLATION STEEL PIPING INSTALLATIONS SHALLOW WELL INSTALLATION AND OPERATION When steel pipe is - used to install the jet , be sure all pipes are clean and the ends are reamed . Screw both 1 - 1 / 4 _ NPT Installing the Pump on a Shallow Well suction pipe and 1 " NPT drive pipe directly into the jet A shallow well jet is available for use when the SEARS jet body . The special adapter nipple furnished with the jet is pump is installed on wells 20 feet or less to drawdown water not used on steel pipe installations , and should be discarded . level . Add sufficient piping , using pipe thread compound on the Install this jet as follows : joints until proper depth is reached . a . Loosen the stainless steel clamp until it fits over the flange NOTICE : Pipe compound can damage plastic components on the jet body . in pump . Use only Teflon tape or Plasto - Joint Stikl when b . Place O - Ring in circular groove on face of suction - drive connecting pipe to pump . line flange . If necessary , use petroleum jelly to hold in place . SINGLE PIPE JETS - 2 " OR 3 " WELLS c . Venturi that protrudes from the jet body must be inserted Be _ foreinstalling jet in well , it is necessary to soften jet in top ( 1 - 1 / 4 " NP'I ' ) tapping . For ease of assembly , lubri - leathers by soaking in water for a minimum of one hour . cate the small O - Ring on the end of the venturi and push Single pipe - jets must be installed with steel suction piping the shallow well jet assembly into place . in the well . Make sure all pipes are clean and ends are d . Align lugs on jet body with slots in pump . reamed before lowering any piping into the well . Look through pipe to make certain there are no obstructions . e . Place clamp over the flanges and tighten securely . For standard tank installations , an air volume control is nec - During the process of lowering pipe into the well , always in - stall coupling on top end of pipe and above clamp . This will essary and is connected to the 1 / 8 " tapping in the jet body . prevent accidental dropping of pipe into well . Connect as shown in installation drawing , Figure 4 , Page 5 . Attach the jet to the first length of suction pipe 1 - 1 / 4 " ( NPT ) . PIPING IN THE WELL Use turned couplings ( furnished ) on 2 " wells . Standard cou - plings may be used for suction piping on 3 " wells . Use pipe A shallow well jet pump can be installed on a dug well , compound on male threads only . drilled well or with a driven point . SEARS shallow well jet pumps have a built - in check valve . In a dug or cased well , a Tigl3t . en gac ! _ l _ Â¢ ngth of pipe as it is lowered into the well . foot valve and strainer is recommended and should be in - Lower it to proper depth which is 10 - 15 feet below the stalled 5 to 10 feet below the lowest level to which the water drawdown water level . This is the level to which the water will drop while the well is being pumped continuously . will drop while the pump is operating ( pumping water level ) . See Figure 4 , Page 5 . Your well driller can furnish this NOTICE : Due to normal irregularities in the leather of the information . The strainer should not be too close to the bot - cup seals and the inner walls of the drop pipe , 2 _ packer jets tom , or sediment may clog it . Before installing foot valve , do not form a perfect seal . In a dormant system , water will check to see if it works freely . leak back into well over time and pump will normally start When using a foot valve , a priming tee and a plug as shown and cycle to maintain system pressure level . in Figure 7 is recommended . PRIMING PIPE ( OR PIPES ) IN WELL Fill piping in well with water as each length is added , or after piping is complete in well . This serves to double check for leaks in piping and foot valve , and simplifies final priming of pump . INSTALLING CASING ADAPTER Slide adapter on to well casing as far as it will go . Tighten three bolts to seal the adapter to the casing . Place a 1 _ nip - pie of proper length in the drive pipe opening in the ciksing adapter , and tighten top nuts . This will seal the glands on to both suction and drive piping . Add elbows and flexible pipe adapters for horizontal installations . ' Lake Chemical Co . , Chicago , Illinois . Figure 7
INSTALLATION " I - - Discharge Pipe Sizes A CAUTION I INEVER run pump dry . Running pump with - When the pump is set a distance from the house , barns , or out water may - overheat unit , damaging seals and possibly other points of water use , the discharge pipe size should be burning persons handling pump . increased to reduce pressure losses . IAWARNING ] _ run pump against closed dis - 1 " 1 - 1 / 4 " 1 - 1 / 2 " charge . To do so can boil water inside pump , causing haz - 100 to 600 Ft . ardous pressure in unit and possible scalding to persons Up to 25 Ft . 25 to 100 Ft . handling pump . Be sure the total lift from the pumping water level to the PUMP INSTALLATION pump does not exceed 20 feet if the pump is over the well , or less if the pump is offset from the well . Both figures are SEARS jet pumps can be used with Captive Air * Tanks as for sea level - the maximum lift at which the pump can op - shown in Figure 1 , Page 4 , and Figure 3 , Page 5 . erate satisfactorily , decreases with the elevation at the ap - For mounting pump to tank , order tank fittings Kit No . 2788 . proximate rate of 1 foot per 1,000 feet of elevation ; thus , ff the lift is 17 feet and your elevation is 3,000 feet above sea Captive _ Tanks are pre - charged with air at the factory . level , you would then be pumping 17 plus 3 or 20 feet , Check operating instructions with tank to determine if air which is still satisfactory for shallow well pumping . charge needs adjustment . Horizontal Piping From Well To Pump Model 390.251182 requires 30 pounds air charge for proper operation and Models 390.251982 and On well point installations where the horizontal piping is 390.252282 require 40 pounds for proper operation . more than 25 feet , a check valve should be installed as shown in Figures 3 and 4 , Page 5 . EMERGENCY POWER When the pump is offset more than 25 feet from the well , horizontal piping should be increased in size to reduced fric - In some areas and with some installations , an emergency tion losses . In no case should the offset piping be smaller power supply to guard against power failure is a good idea . than the suction tapping of the pump . If you install an engine - generator set for emergency backup power for your pump , supply the generator set manufac - Horizontal Offset Piping Sizes turer with the nameplate data from the pump motor . He will then be able to provide a generator of the correct size to S . _ ha ! ! . . Qw , _ W . elJl ets power your pump . Also , be sure to add the load from any 1 - 1 / 4 " 1 - 1 / 2 " 2 " other accessories ( such as lights ) that may be on the same circuit . Up to 25 Ft . 25 to 50 Ft . 50 to 200 Ft . Horizontal Offset Piping Sizes Deep Well Jets Up to 50 Ft . 50 to 100 Ft . 100 to 300 Ft . Suct . Drive Suct . Drive Suct . Drive 1 - 1 / 4 1 1 - 1 / 2 1 - 1 / 4 2 1 - 1 / 2 Recommended Fusing and Wiring Data Distance in Feet From Branch * Motor to Meter 0 51 101 201 Delayed Motor Max . Fuse . to to to to Pump Horse - Load Rating 50 100 200 300 Model Volts Wire Size - - power Amperes Amps 115 9.4 15.0 14 14 10 10 390.251182 1 / 2 230 4.7 15.0 14 14 14 14 115 12.2 15.0 12 12 10 8 390.251982 3 / 4 230 6.1 15.0 14 14 14 14 115 14.8 20.0 12 12 8 6 390.252282 230 7.4 15.0 14 14 14 14 * Time delayed fuses are recommended instead of fuses in any motor circuit .
ELECTRICAL _ k Di _ onnect power before working on pump , motor , pressure switch , or wiring . if line voltage is 230 Volts or if you have a single voltage Your Motor Terminal Board ( under the motor end cover ) and Pressure Switch look like one of those shown below . motor . Connect power supply as shown for your type of switch and your supply voltage . Convert to 115 Volts as shown . Do not change motor wiring Motor wires connect here . 230 Volt to 115 Volt Conversion , Plug - inType : Power supply wires connecthere . 1 . Pull plug 2 . Plug in again 230 Volt : Connect2 hot wires ( blackand red ) straight witharrow here and cap the white ( neutral ) wire . Itdoes out from on iplugngtots ' . not matter whichwire goes to which screw . terminal point 115 Volt : Connectone hotwire ( blackor red board ; ' 115 Vol to one of thesescrews ( it doesn'tmatter ) which one ) . Connectthe white ( neutral wire to the other screw . Cap any remaining black or red wires . 2 , Clamp the power cable to preventstraiR on the terminalscrews . Connect the green ( or bare copper ) groundwire to the green ground screw . Motor wires connect here . 230 Volt to 115 VoltConversion , Spade ConnectorType : _ pplywires connect here . 1 . Move black wire 2 . Move white wire 3 . Change Complete : 230 Volt : Connect 2 hotwires ( black and red ) from A to LI . withblack tracer here and cap the white ( neutral ) wire . It does from B to A . notmatter whichwire goes to whichscrew . 115 Volt : Connectone hot wire ( blackor red ) to one of these screws ( it doesnl matter which one ) . Connect thewhite ( neutral ) wire to the otherscrew . Cap any remaining blackor red wires . ) the powercable to preventstrain on the terminalscrews . Connectthe green ( or bare copper ) groundwire to the green groundscrew . 3187 Figure 8 - Motor wiring connections through Pressure Switch . Match motor voltage to line voltage . with all local codes and ordinances that apply . Consult I _ kWARNING [ Haz _ dous voltage . Can shock , burn , your local building inspector for code information . or kilL Connect ground wire before connecting power supply wires . Use the wire size ( induding Connection Procedure the ground wire ) specified in the wiring chart . If . Connect the ground wire first as shown in Figure 8 . possible , connect the pump to a separate branch cir - The ground wire must be a solid copper wire at least cuit with no other appliances on it . as large as the power supply wires . IAWARNINGI Explosion hazard . Do not ground to There must be a solid metal connection between the Â° a gas supply line . pressure switch and the motor for motor grounding protection . If the pressure switch is not connected Wiring Connections to the motor , connect the green ground screw in the I _ ' WARNING I Fire hazard . Incorrect voltage can cause switch to the green ground screw under the motor a fire or seriouslydamage the motor and voids the war - end cover . Use a solid copper wire at least as large ranty . The supply voltage must be within + 10 % of the as the power supply wires . motor nameplate voltage . . Connect the ground wire to a grounded lead in a ser - NOTICE - Dual - voltage motors are factory wired for vice panel , to a metal underground water pipe , to a 230 volts . If necessary , reconnect the motor for 115 metal well casing at least ten feet ( 3M ) long , or to a volts , as shown . Do not alter the wiring in single volt - ground electrode provided by the power company age motors . or the hydro authority . Install , ground , wire , and maintain your pump in com - . Connect the power supply wires to the pressure pliance with the National Electrical Code ( NEC ) or the switch as shown in Figure 8 . _ . Gamedia _ Electrical Code ( CEC ) , as applicable , and 9
OPERATION MAINTENANCE PRIMING THE SHALLOW WELL PUMP LUBRICATION TO PREVENT - DAMAGE TO INTERNAL PARTS , DO NOT It is not necessary to lubricate the pump or its motor . The START MOTOR UNTIL PUMP HAS BEEN FILLED WITH motor has two ball bearings lubricated for life . The me - WATER . chanical shaft seal in the pump is water lubricated and self - adjusting . 1 . Be sure pressure regulator located on pump body is open at all times during priming and running . Turn counter - DRAINING FOR WINTER clockwise all the way . 2 . Remove priming plug . Fill pump with water . Replace When the pump is to be disconnected from service , or is in priming plug . If a priming tee and plug have been pro - danger of freezing , it should be drained . The pump has a vided for a long horizontal run , be sure this line is filled drain cock which must be opened . Remove the priming and the plug replaced , using pipe compound on plug plug to vent the pump . Drain the pressure tank . Drain all pip - threads . See Figure 7 , Page 7 . ing to a point below the freeze line . 3 . Start the pump and run for approximately thirty ( 30 ) sec - To drain an air volume control , remove AVC tubing and turn onds . Stop pump , remove prime plug and refill with ( loosen ) it 180 Â° on the 1 / 4 " pipe fitting in the tank . This will water . Replace prime plug and gauge and restart pump . permit any water remaining in the air volume control to drain back into the tank . Water will be pumped in a few minutes , the time de - pending on the depth to water and length of horizontal DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY OF PUMP run . If pump does not prime , check for a possible leak on the suction side of pump . Check to be sure suction lift - The SEARS Hydroglass Â® pump is designed for ease in servic - distance from water level to pump - does not exceed ing and maintenance . twenty ( 20 ) feet . 1 . Disassemble pump as follows : PRIMING THE DEEP WELL PUMP A . Disconnect power . B . Drain pump by opening drain cock on bottom of TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO INTERNAL PARTS , DO NOT START MOTOR UNTIL PUMP HAS BEEN FILLED WITH pump body and remove pressure switch tubing from WATER . fitting on top of pump body . This will allow air to re - place the water in the pump . 1 . Remove the priming plug . Open pressure regulator ( turn C . Remove clamp , Key No . 11 , Page 16 , which holds the . . . . - c - 6uTlte _ r _ lockwise ) located on the pump body . Fill pump two pump halves together . and piping with water and replace plug and tighten only until it seals . D . Remove pump base mounting bolts . Motor assembly and back half of pump can now be pulled away from NOTICE : For location of pressure regulator , see Installation pump front half . Carefully remove O - Ring and place in Diagrams on Pages 4 and 5 . a clean area . Inside of pump is now accessible for ser - 2 . Close the pressure regulator ( turn clockwise ) . vice . 3 . Open several faucets in the house or near the tank to pre - 2 . Reassembly of pump . vent pressure build up in tank . A . With a clean doth , wipe out all foreign material from 4 . Start pump . Pressure should build up rapidly as the jet and the large O - Ring groove on the pump back half . Also pump prime . Pressure will be in excess of 60 pounds . If wipe clean the large O - Ring and also the small O - Ring , this fails to happen , repeat 2 and 3 above . Key No . 6 , Page 16 on the diffuser , Key No . 10 , Page 5 . Once unit has primed on pressure has stabilized , slowly 16 . This will insure a good tight seal . open ( turn counter - clockwise ) the pressure regulator and B . Lubricate O - Rings with petroleum jelly for ease of as - water Will begin to be pumped into tank . sembly . Place large O - Ring in groove . 6 . Continue to open pressure regulator until pressure falters C . Pump halves can now be slid together until they are ( becomes erratic ) . At this point , close ( turn clockwise ) parallel and are as close together as possible . the pressure regulator slightly until pressure stabilizes . D . BE SURE inside of clamp is clean . Place clamp on Close faucets and allow pump to pressurize the tank and shut off . . . . . . . . pump halves and snug up . Alternately tighten clamp screw and tap around outside of clamp with a plastic 7 . To insure pump is operating properly , alternately open mallet . This will insure proper seating of O - Ring and and close faucets in system . With faucets open , pressure damp . will drop until pressure switch starts pump ; and with E . Assemble base mounting bolts . Reconnect pressure faucets closed , pressure will build up until pressure switch tubing and tighten drain cock . switch shuts off pump . F . Reprime pump and turn on power . 8 . There are certain conditions of deep well operation whereby the pressure regulator can be completely open without any faltering of pressure and if so , pump should be operated in this manner . 10
SERVICE 8 . Slide seal assembly on shaft ( sealing face first ) until rub - REMOVING MOTOR FOR SERVICE ber drive ring hits shaft shoulder . BE SURE you don't chip AND REPLACING SHAFT SEAL or scratch sealing face on shaft shoulder . Should repair or replacement of motor or seal be necessary , 9 . Screw impeller on shaft until impeller hub hits shaft the pump need not be disconnected from the piping . shoulder . This will automatically locate seal in place and ( If it is necessary to repair or replace the motor , ALWAYS re - move the sealing washer face up against floating seat face place the shaft seal , Key No . 7 , Page 16 . Therefore , we sug - ( see Figure 11 ) . gest that you order this item and have on hand for future use ) . Remove motor as follows : 1 . Disassemble pump per disassembly instruction on Page 10 . 2 . Remove diffuser and impeller , Key Nos . 8 and 9 , Page 16 , from pump back half . - - Rentove Impeller as follows : 1 . Loosen two - machine screws and remove the motor canopy , Key No . 1A , Page 16 . 2 . Partially unscrew capacitor clamp and move capacitor to one side . 3 . Place a 7 / 16 " open end wrench on the motor shaft flat . 4 . To remove , turn the impeller counterclockwise ( when facing impeller ) . 475 0194 The seal consists of two parts , a rotating member and a float - ing seat . Figure 9 NOTICE : The highly polished and lapped faces of the seal are easily damaged . Read instructions carefully . 5 _ - - Remove pump back half from motor by unscrewing four ( 4 ) nuts , Key No . 20 , Page 16 , and pry back half off of motor by inserting two ( 2 ) screwdrivers between the back pump half and the motor flange . Rotating portion of seal will now come off of shaft . Motor is now separated from pump ( see Figure 9 ) . 6 . Lay back half of pump ( large surface down ) on a flat clean surface and tap out ceramic seat . Clean seal cavity from which seal was removed and clean motor shaft . Install New Seal As Follows : 1 . Clean polished surface of floating seat with clean cloth . 2 . Wet the outer edge of the O - Ring on the stationary seat with soap solution . 3 . Press seat into cavity firmly and squarely with finger pres - sure . ( Make sure polished face of seal is facing towards in - 479 0194 side of pump ) . If seat will not locate properly , place a cardboard washer over polished face of seat and use piece Figure 10 of 3 / 4 " standard pipe for pressing purposes ( see Figure 11 ) . 4 ' Dispose of cardboard washer and make sure that l _ lished surface of seat js free of dirt or foreign particles and has not been scratched or damaged during installation . 5 . Inspect shaft to make sure that it is clean . 6 . Reassemble back half of pump to motor . 7 . Apply soap solution to inside diameter and outer face of rubber drive ring . 477 0194 Figure I I 11
SERVICE CLEANING IMPELLER HOW TO HANDLE A GASEOUS WELL 1 . Disassemble pump per disassembly instruction on Page In some localities well water contains gases which must be 10 . allowed to escape before the water is used . This can be done as shown in Figure 12 . 2 . Remove diffuser and impeller from pump . A good way of delivering gas - free water is to suspend a pipe , 3 . Clean impeller and reassemble . closed at the bottom and open at the top , surrounding the suction pipe ( Figure 12 ) . Since the gases rise in the well cas - CLEANING SHALLOW WELL JET ing , the water sucked down through the pipe and into the To remove a stone or other foreign matter from venturi or suction pipe is free of gas . It is imperative that this type of nozzle , proceed as follows : well be vented to the outside of any enclosure . 1 . Disconnect power , and release all pressure on sys - tenL AIR CONTROL IN FLOWING WELLS 2 . If pump has an air volume control , unscrew compression Flowing wells , or wells with little or no drawdown , could nut from fitting in lower portion of jet body . Tube will not create a special problem in air control in the operation of " - pull out of fitting . your water system . 3 . Remove suction piping from pump . In such cases , it is recommended that you install a Captive 4 . Remove stainless steel clamp and remove the jet assem - Air * Tank , in which an air control mechanism is not re - quired . bly by pulling it STRAIGHT out and away from the pump body . 5 . Turn venturi counter - clockwise and remove it . The noz - zle is now exposed and should also be removed by using a 5 / 8 " Hex socket wrench with extension . Turn counter - clockwise . If socket wrench is not available , insert an ice pick , or other similar pointed tool carefully into the noz - zle . This will dislodge foreign material . 6 . Flush foreign material out by running water through the _ _ _ n . oz _ . e _ _ t [ le same direction as the dislodging tool was in - serted . Jet body should be in a horizontal position for flushing . 7 . Replace nozzle and venturi . 8 . Replace jet assembly as explained under _ Installing the pump on a shallow well , " Page 7 . CLEANING DEEP WELL JET 1 . Disconnect power . 2 . Disconnect piping and well seal or well casing adapter . ( If pitless adapter is used , piping does not have to be dis - connected ) . 3 . Withdraw jet assembly from well . 4 . Unscrew and remove the venturi . Remove nozzle with a socket wrench , if possible , and dean . If nozzle cannot be removed , clean as explained in steps 5 , 6 , and 7 under Figure 12 Cleaning Shallow Well Jet section above . HOW TO AVOID OVER - PUMPING A SHALLOW WELL In the section on Pa'iming The Shallow Well Pump , Page 10 , the instructions were to open the pressure regulator all the way after the pump starts to deliver water . If you are over - pumping your well , however , you can partially close the pressure regulator on your SEARS jet pump to increase the pressure and reduce the delivery . 12
TROUBLESHOOTING CHART SYMlqOM _ m6sm _ causes ) CORRECIIVE ACI'ION Motor will not rtax 1 . Disconnect switch is off 1 . Be sure switch is on 2 . Fuse is blown 2 . Replace fuse 3 . Starting switch is defective 3 . Replace starting switch 4 . Wires at motor are loose , 4 . Refer to instructions on wiring . Check and tighten all wiring . disconnected , or wired incorrectly 5 . Pressure switch contacts are dirty 5 . Clean by sliding pieces of plain paper between contacts Motor runs hot and 1 . Motor is wired incorrectly 1 . Refer to instructions on wiring overload kicks off 2 . Voltage is too low 2 . Check with power company . Install heavier wiring if wire size is too small . See wiring instructions 3 . Pump cycles too frequently 3 . See section below on too frequent cycling Motor runs but no 1 . 1 . In new installation : Pump in new installation did water is delivered not pick up prime through : a . Improper priming a . Re - prime according to instructions b . Air leaks b . Check all connections on suction line , air volume control , and jet c . Leaking foot valve c . Replace foot valve 2 . Pump has lost prime through : 2 . In installation already in use : a . Air leaks a . Check all connections on suction line , air volume control , jet and shaft seal b . Water level below suction b . Lower suction line into water and re - prime . If receding water level of pump in well exceeds suction lift , a deep well pump is needed 3 . Jet or impeller is plugged 3 . Clean jet or impeller according to instructions 4 . Check valve or foot valve is stuck 4 . Replace check waive or foot valve in closed position 5 . Pipes are frozen 5 . Thaw pipes . Bury pipes below frost line . Heat pit or pump house . 6 . Foot valve and / or strainer are 6 . Raise foot valve and / or strainer above well bottom buried in sand or mud Water level in well is lower than _ Pm _ pdoes - not 1 . 1 . A deep well jet pump may be needed ( over 20 ft . to water ) deliver water to full estimated capacity ( ALso 2 . Steel piping ( if used ) is corroded or 2 . Replace with plastic pipe where possible , otherwise with new steel pipe check point 3 limed , causing excess friction immediatelyabove ) 3 . Offset piping is too small in size 3 . Use larger offset piping Pump pumps water 1 . Pressure switch is out of adjustment 1 . Adjust or replace pressure switch but does not shut or contacts are " frozen " off 2 . 2 . Close faucets Faucets have been left open 3 . Jet or impeller is clogged 3 . Clean jet or impeller 4 . Water level in well is lower than 4 . Check possibility of using a deep well jet pump estimated 5 . Motor is wired incorrectly 5 . Refertoinstructionsonwiring Pump cycles too 1 . Standard pressure tank is water - Drain tank to air volume control tapping . Check air volume control for frequently logged and has no air cushion defects . Check for air leaks at any connection 2 . 2 . Check connections Pipe leak 3 . Close faucets or valves Faucets or valves are open 3 . 4 . Foot valve leaks 4 . Replace foot valve 5 . 5 . Pressure switch is out of adjustment Replace pressure switch 6 . 6 . Air charge too low in Disconnect electrical power and open faucets until all pressure is Captive _ Tank " relieved . Using automobile tire pressure gauge , check air pressure in tank Model 390.251182 requires 30 at the valve stem located at top of tank . If air pressure is lower , pump air pounds and Models 390.251982 into tank from outside source until proper air pressure is reached . Check and 390.252282 require 40 air valve for leaks , using soapy solution , and replace core if necessary . pounds for proper operation Airspurts from 1 . Pump is picking up prime 1 . AS soon as pump picks up prime , all air will be ejected faucets 2 . Leak in suction side of pump 2 . Check suction piping 3 . Well is gaseous 3 . Change installation as described in manual 4 . Intermittent over - pumping of well 4 . Lower foot valve if possible , otherwise restrict discharge side of pump Continued on Page 14 13
TROUBLESHOOTING CHART _ M POSSIBLE CAUSE ( S ) COR1RECIXV ] E ACTION Leaksat the metal 1 . 1 . Loose clamps or O - Ring First check the clamp tightening screw to see if it is tight . If it is tight and not sealed clamps slight leakage still occurs , place a piece of wood on the clamp and firmly tap the wood with a hammer . Repeat this operation around I _ . WARNING J the edge of the clamp and retighten the clamp screw . If leak continues , Release all pressure disassemble clamp and pump halves and check to see that O - Ring is in system before properly seated and no foreign material is on O - Ring or O seat . Reassemble pump . working on clamp ! Pump Performance at 40 PSI Discharge Pressure ( In Gallons Per Minute ) Type of Jet Pkg . Pump Pumping Depth in Feet Model No . HP 5 30 40 50 System Stock No . 10 15 20 60 70 80 90 390.251182 112 8.2 - Sh _ llb ' _ . . . . . 7.3 6.2 5.0.5 29650 390.251982 3 / 4 10.9 10.4 8.6 7 Well 15.0 13.0 10.5 390.252282 1 17.0 390.251182 1 / 2 2 " 3.4 2.8 2.3 1.8 1.3 390.251982 3 / 4 Single 29670 * 4.1 3.7 3.1 2.6 2.1 1.6 390.252282 1 Pipe 5.0 4.5 4.1 3.7 3.1 2.6 2.1 390.251182 1 / 2 3 " 4.1 3.2 2.0 1.2 390.251982 3 / 4 Single 29902 " ' 1 - 6.6 5.4 4.4 3.4 2.5 1.9 1.6 390.252282 1 Pipe 8.2 7.2 6.2 5.0 3.2 2.7 2.2 390.251182 1 / 2 4 " 4.1 3.2 2.0 1.2 Double 29660 * * * 390.251982 3 / 4 6.6 5.4 4.4 3.4 2.5 1.9 1.6 Pipe 390.252282 1 8.2 7.2 6.2 5.0 3.2 2.7 2.2 Use 160 PSI Min . Rating Plastic Pipe . * Jet Package No . 29670 - 2 " Single Pipe ( use 1 - 1 / 4 " galvanized pipe ) . * * Jet Package No . 29902 - 3 " Single Pipe ( use 1 - 1 / 4 " galvanized pipe ) . * * * Jet Package No . 29660 - 4 " Double Pipe . 1 Must be ordered through Sears Product Service , 1 - 800 - 366 - 7278 . 14
SHALLOW WELL JET AND CHECK VALVE ASSEMBLY " STOCK NO . 29650 For Pump Models 390.251182 , 390.251982 and 390.252282 1 / 2 / 3 4 / / 5 6 / 7 / 8 12 9 10 To Order Parts , Call / Sears Product Service , 1 - 800 - 366 - 7278 / 1722 0495 11 Figure 13 Repair Parts Key No . Part Number Part Deecrlption 1 U9 - 202 O - Ring - Jet Body 2 J19 - 6 Clamp 3 U9 - 201 O - Ring - Venturi 4 N32P - 63 Ventud . ( , Use with Model 390.252282 ) 4 N32P - 72E Venturi ( Use with Model 390.251982 ) " 4 N32P - 72 Venturi ( Use with Model 390.251182 ) 5 J34P - 41 # 51 Nozzle ( Use with Model 390.251182 , 390.252282 ) 5 J34P - 44 # 54 Nozzle ( Use with Model 390.251982 ) 6 N40 - 39P Insert - Jet Body 7 J20 - 18 Gasket 8 N40 - 38P Jet Body 9 U9 - 226 O - Ring - Check Valve 10 N166 - 5P Check Valve - ( Complete ) 11 WC78 - 41T Pipe Plug - 1 / 8 " NPT - Sq . Hd . 12 U30 - 742SS Screw - # 10 - 16 x 1 - 1 / 8 " Lg . ( 4 Req . ) 15
REPAIR PARTS 2 24 3 4 23 5 6 7 8 9 21 11 13 10 \ 12 , 14 15 19 18 20 20A 16 17 1402 1194 Figure 14
' it 1 / 2HP 3 / 4 HP : 1 HP Model Model ! : Model Key Pa iTption NO . 390.251182 390.251982 _ 90.252282 Descr I I J218 - 995C Motor - 1 / 2 HP , 115 / 230V , 60 Cycle w I J218 - 954C - - i Motor - 3 / 4 HP , 115 / 230V , 60 Cycle I J2 ' i8 - 955C Motor - 1 HP , 115 / 230V , 60 Cycle IA U18 - 1155 U18 - 1140 Overload Protector IB U18 - 1180 U18 - 1180 U18 - 1180 Terminal Board IC U18 - 1098 U18 - 1098 U18 - 1098 Contactor ID U18 - 128 U18 - 128 U18 - 128 Governor IE m U 18 - 526 U 18 - 526 Capacitor 2 C69 - 2 C69 - 2 C69 - 2 Water Slinger 3 U78 - 107PT U78 - 107PT U78 - 107PT Reducer Bushing - 1 / 2 " x 1 / 8 " NPT 4 2768 2768 2768 Pressure Gauge 5 L176 - 47P L176 - 47P L176 - 47P Pump Body ( Back Half ) 6 U9 - 399 U9 - 399 U9o399 O - Ring - Pump Body - 9 - 1 / 2 " x 9 " x 1 / 4 " 7 U109 - 6A U 109 - 6A U 109 - 6A Shaft Seal 8 J105 - 40PE J 105 - 42PT J 105 - 8PAN Impeller 9 J1 - 39P J1 - 39P J1 - 40P Diffuser 10 U9 - 199 U9 - 199 U9 - 199 O - Ring - Diffuser 1 - 7 / 8 " x 1 - 5 / 8 " x 1 / 8 " 11 C19 - 54SS C19 - 54SS C19 - 54SS Clamp - Tank Body 12 L76 - 34P L76 - 34P L76 - 34P Pump Body ( Front Half ) 13 U37 - 673P U37 - 673P U37 - 673P Switch Tube 14 U111 - 212T U111 - 212T U111 - 212T 90 Â° Hose Barb 15 L162 - 10PS L162 - 10PS L162 - 10PS Pressure Regulator 18 WC78 - 41T WC78 - 41T WC78 - 41T Pipe Plug - 1 / 8 " NPT 17 U212 - 68T U212 - 68T U212 - 68T Draincock - 1 / 4 " NPT 18 U30 - 542SS U30 - 542SS U30 - 542SS Screw - # 8 - 32 x 7 / 8 " Lg . ( 5 Required ) 19 C4 - 42P C4 - 42P C4 - 42P Base 20 U36 - 37ZP U36 - 37ZP U36 - 37ZP Nut - 5 / 16 " - 18 Hex . ( 4 Required ) 20A U43 - 11ZP U43 - 1 lZP U43 - 11ZP Washer - 5 / 16 " ( 4 Required ) 21 C35 - 11 C35 - 11 C35 - 11 Motor Pad ; _ 782 22 2781 2782 Pressure Switch 23 U36 - 112ZP U36 - 112ZP U36 - 112ZP Locknut - 1 / 2 " 24 L43 - 5C L43 - 5C L43 - 5C Connector
REPAIR PARTS 6 D 7 Single Pipe Jets Double Pipe Jets SINGLE PIPE JETS Part Description 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Jet No . Pkg . Max . Stamped Jet Pump Stock F ) umping On Jet Packer Check Valve Turned Casing Size Model No . Depth Venturi Nozzle * Nozzle Body Leather Spacer Washer Valve Seat Coupling Adapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 ' J32P - 24 J34P - 44 54 J40 - 24 J57 - 1 J43 - 14P - P122 - 10B J66 - 13 U11 - 1 J216 - 13 390.251182 70 ' J32P - 18 J34P - 42 52 J40 - 24 J57 - 1 J43 - 14P - P122 - 10B J66 - 13 Ul1 - 1 J216 - 13 2n 29670 390.251982 80 ' J32P - 18 J34P - 42 52 J40 - 24 J57 - 1 J43 - 14P - P122 - 10B J66 - 13 Ul1 - 1 J216 - 13 398.252282 90 ' J32P - 18 J34P - 42 52 J40 - 24 J57 - 1 J43 - 14P - P122 - 10B J66 - 13 Ul1 - 1 J216 - 13 40 ' J32P - 24 J34P - 41 51 J40 - 25 J57 - 3 J43 - 16 J43 - 20C J161 - 3 J66 - 14 - J216 - 14 390.251182 60 ' J32P - 18 J34P - 42 52 J40 - 25 J57 - 3 J43 - 16 J43 - 20C J161 - 3 J66 - 14 - J216 - 14 60 ' 3 " 390.25198229902 J32P - 24 J34P - 41 51 J40 - 25 J57 - 3 J43 - 16 J43 - 20C J161 - 3 J66 - 14 - J216 - 14 90 ' J32P - 18 J34P - 42 52 J40 - 25 J57 - 3 J43 - 16 J43 - 20C J161 - 3 J66 - 14 - J216 - 14 70 ' J32P - 22 J34P - 43 53 J40 - 25 J57 - 3 J43 - 16 J43 - 20C J161 - 3 J66 - 14 - J216 - 14 390.252282 90 ' J32P - 18 J34P - 42 52 J40 - 25 J57 - 3 J43 - 16 J43 - 20C J161 - 3 J66 - 14 - J216 - 14 DOUBLE PIPE JETS Part Description 2 3 4 Jet No . Pkg . Max . Stamped Plastic Jet Pump Stock IPumping On Jet . Check Pipe Nozzle * Nozzle Size Model No . Depth Ventud Strainer Body Valve Adapter J34P - 41 51 N40 - 92 N212 - 12P L8 - 1P : U11 - 104P 390 . _ 1182 40 ' J32P - 24 60 ' J32P - 18 J34P - 42 52 N40 - 92 N212 - 12P L8 - 1P U11 - 104P 60 ' J32P - 24 J34P - 41 51 N40 - 92 N212 - 12P L8 - 1P U11 - 104P 4 " 390.251982 29660 90 ' J32P - 18 J34P - 42 52 N40 - 92 N212 - 12P L8 - 1P U11 - 104P 70 ' J32P - 22 J34P - 43 53 N40 - 92 N212 - 12P L8 - 1P U11 - 104P 390.252282 90 ' J32P - 18 J34P - 42 52 N40 - 92 N212 - 12P L8 - 1P Ull - 104P * Order Nozzle Replacement Part by this Part Number . 18
REPAIR PARTS VERTICAL CASING ADAPTERS i I i \ . 10 6 To Order Parts , Call Sears Product Service , 1 - 800 - 366 - 7278 1723 0495 2 " AND 3 " VERTICAL CASING ADAPTER 3 " Vertical 2 " Vertical Part Casing Key Casing Description No . Adapter Adapter J216 - 13 2 " Vertical Casing Adapter J216 - 14 3 " Vertical Casing Adapter U30 - 282ZP Machine Bolt 3 / 8 - 16 x 5 " Lg . ( 2 Req . ) 1 U30 - 282ZP J16 - 23ZZP 2 J16 - 19ZZP Upper Flange J21 - 19 J21 - 19 . . . Seal Ring - Drive Pipe J21 - 18 4 J21 - 18 Seal Ring - Suction Pipe U30 - 277ZP Machine Bolt 3 / 8 - 16 x 2 - 112 " Lg . 5 _ Â° U30 - 277ZP 6 J51 - 1ZZP J51 - 3ZZP Casing Adapter Body 7 J21 - 17 J21 - 21 Seal Ring - Lower . . J16 - 24ZZP 8 J16 - 20ZZP Lower Flange 9 U36 - 38ZP U36 - 38ZP Nut 3 / 8 " Sq . Hd . ( 3 Req . ) 10 " U37 - 116GP U37 - 116GP 1 " x 6 " Nipple * Fumished with Jet Package . ] 9
SEARS CRAFTSMAN " OWNER'S " HYDROGLASS ' ' Â® MANUAL CONVERTIBLE DEEP WELL , JET PUMP Forthe repairor replacementpartsyouneed Call7am - 7 pm , 7 daysa week MODELNO . 1 - 800 - 366 - PART - 390.251182 ( 1 - 800 - 366 - 7278 ) 390.251 982 390.252282 For in - homemajorbrandrepairservice Call24 hoursa day , 7 daysa week 1 - 800 - 4 - REPAIR ( 1 - 800 - 473 - 7247 ) Forthe locationof a Themodel number of SearsRepairServiceCenterin yourarea Call24 hoursa day , 7 daysaweek your Deep Well Jet Pump 1 - 800 - 488 - 1222 will be found on the pump body . Forinformationonpurchasinga Sears When requesting service MaintenanceAgreementorto inquire or ordering parts , always ' aboutan existingAgreement call g am - 5 pro , Monday - Saturday give the following . . 1 - 800 - 827 - 6655 information : â¢ " ProductType â¢ Model Number â¢ Part Number ' ; l : i _ ll ; l : l : lflgl _ } _ â¢ Part Description _ = Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , - . : 60179 U . S . A .