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ELECTRIC BILGE PUMPS
q Pumpgard Inlet Strainer Supplied With Pump
q Diaphragm Design Allows Dry Running
q Built-in Hydraulic Pulsation Dampener
q Corrosion Resistant Materials Throughout
for Sea Water Service
q Meets USCG Electrical Regulation 183.410
and ISO 8846 Marine for Ignition Protection.
q N.M.M.A. Type Accepted
Open Flow: 4.5 GPM
Vert. Dry Suction Lift: 7 feet
Ports: 3/4" Slip-on Hose
Weight: 5.5 lb (2,5 kg)
MOUNTING STANDARD MODELS
Mount upright in a dry location (above highest bilge water Nominal Fuse
level) on a solid surface. Mounting screws should be Model Voltage Current Size
tightened only enough to slightly compress grommets.
Overtightened screws will reduce cushioning effect of 37202-0000 12 Vdc 7.5 AMP 10 AMP
mounts and may cause excessive noise. 37202-0010 24 Vdc 6.5 AMP 10 AMP
For intake and discharge, use 3/4" ID non-collapsible
hose. Keep intake and discharge lines free of kinks and LUBRICATION: Check connecting rod bearing annually
restrictions. To protect pump from debris, install the 3/4" and add chassis lube as needed. No other lubrication of the
in-line strainer (Model 36200-0000) in the intake line from pump is required.
the bilge. Use a 3/4" thru-hull fitting for discharge located WINTER STORAGE: The pump must be completely
well above the waterline at all angles of heel. drained, hoses removed and pump run until all water is
Wire pump in a circuit independent of all other electrical
fixtures. Use stranded copper wire. Install fuse in WIRING TABLE
positive circuit. See table for recommended wire and fuse Wire Length Between
size. See diagram for wiring connections. Use a Battery and Motor Wire Gauge
10 amp-rated switch (3-way switch Model 44960-0001).
After installation, it is recommended that voltage be 1 - 25 feet 12 AWG
checked at the motor terminals with motor operating 25 - 50 feet 10 AWG
under full load. Be sure measured voltage is not less than
11 volts on a 12 volt system with a fully charged battery.
WIRING DIAGRAM FOR AUTOMATIC OPERATION
DIMENSIONAL DRAWING 3-WAY SWITCH
FUSE AUTOMATIC PUMP
Automatic Bilge Switch
Model 34875-Series or
Any JABSCO Float Switch
VIEW ** TROUBLE SHOOTING
1 Loss of suction to pump: - Air leak in suction line.
2 - Bilge pickup not submerged.
- Intake hose kinked or plugged.
- Fouled intake or discharge valve.
7 - Ruptured diaphragm.
Rough or noisy operation: - Intake or discharge hose kinked
** - Pump not mounted firmly.
- Loosened eccentric set screw or
10 worn connecting rod bearing.
- Ruptured or collapsed pulsation
10a ** dampener.
1. Turn off power to pump. Remove four tie down bolts.
12 2. Expose valves by lifting motor mount and the attached
diaphragm assembly from pump base.
3. Remove and clean or replace valves.
15 4. Install valves, making sure rubber flapper is UP on intake and
DOWN on discharge. Replace valve retaining plate.
5. Replace motor-mount-diaphragm assembly and fasten
17 evenly to base with the four tie down bolts.
DIAPHRAGM AND CONNECTING ROD REPLACEMENT
1. Turn off power to pump. Remove four motor mount tie down bolts.
**Indicates items included in Hardware Kit (Key 21)
2. Lift motor mount and the attached diaphragm assembly from
PARTS LIST 3. Remove two diaphragm retainer screws and the diaphragm retainer.
37201/37202-SERIES 4. Pull connecting rod assembly and diaphragm from motor
mount; then, unscrew bolt to separate diaphragm plates.
KEY DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER QTY. 5. Loosely reassemble new diaphragm, diaphragm plates,
1 Motor Kit 12 Vdc 30201-0000 1 washer and diaphragm bolt onto new connecting rod assembly.
1 Motor Kit 24 Vdc 30200-0040 1 6. Slide connecting rod on shaft. Ensure that eccentric is firmly
2 Motor Mount 35797-0000 1 seated on motor shaft and tighten set screw firmly against flat
7 Connecting Rod Kit 30040-0000* 1 side of shaft.
7. Loosely reassemble diaphragm, diaphragm plates, washer
8 Diaphragm Plate 35688-0000 2
and diaphragm bolt onto connecting rod. Tighten connecting
9 Diaphragm 37174-0000* 1 rod bolt while maintaining alignment of rod bearing eccentric.
10 Retainer 35788-0000 1 NOTICE: Avoid misalignment or twisting of rod on eccentric
10a Valve Retaining Plate 35816-0000 1 shaft or excessive bearing wear will result.
11 Valve Set (Inlet & Outlet) 30005-0000* 1 Set
12 Base 35795-0000 1
PULSATION DAMPENER REPLACEMENT
15 Pulsation Dampener 37179-0000* 1 1. Disconnect power leads from pump and remove from mount.
17 Bottom Plate 35798-0000 1 Remove four tie down bolts.
21 Hardware Kit 37168-0000 1 Set 2. Remove bottom plate screw and the bottom plate. Pull out
and replace pulsation dampener; position the 3-ribbed cavity
Service Kit 37182-0000
on discharge side.
* Indicates Parts Contained in Service Kit. 3. Replace bottom plate and screw. Tighten evenly to base with
NOTE 1 For Model 37201-0000 Use Replacement the four tie down bolts.
Motor Number 30202-0000 (12 Volt only). 4. Reinstall pump and reconnect power leads.
NOTE 2 For Model 37201-0000 Use 2 Each PUMPGARD REPLACEMENT PARTS
35983-0000 Diaphragm Plates. Part Description Part Number
Screen Replacement 36139-000
O-Ring Seal 36403-0000
THE PRODUCTS DESCRIBED HEREIN ARE SUBJECT TO
THE JABSCO ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY, WHICH IS
AVAILABLE FOR YOUR INSPECTION UPON REQUEST.
U.S.A. UNITED KINGDOM CANADA JAPAN GERMANY
Jabsco Jabsco Fluid Products Canada NHK Jabsco Company Ltd. Jabsco GmbH
1485 Dale Way, P.O. Box 2158 Bingley Road, Hoddesdon 55 Royal Road 3-21-10, Shin-Yokohama Oststrasse 28
Costa Mesa, CA 92628-2158 Hertfordsire EN11 OBU Guelph, Ontario N1H 1T1 Kohoku-Ku, Yokohama, 222 22840 Norderstedt
Tel: 714.545.8251 Tel: +44 (0) 1992 450145 Tel: (519) 821.1900 Tel: 045.475.8906 Tel: +49-40-53 53 73 -0
Fax: 714.957.0609 Fax: +44 (0) 1992 467132 Fax: (519) 821.2569 Fax: 045.475.8908 Fax: +49-40-53 53 73 -11
© Copyright 2001, ITT Industries Printed in U.S.A. All Rights Reserved Form: 43000-0110 Rev. 1/2001
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