' Jabsco: 43000 0101 Ds Jabsco 37202 Electric Bilge Pump'
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Model BILGE PUMPS Model Pumpgard Inlet Strainer Supplied With Pumpq SelfPrimingq Diaphragm Design Allows Dry Runningq Builtin Hydraulic Pulsation Dampenerq Corrosion Resistant Materials Throughout for Sea Water Serviceq Meets USCG Electrical Regulation 183410 and ISO 8846 Marine for Ignition Protectionq NMMA Type Flow 45 GPMVert Dry Suction Lift 7 feetPorts 34 Slipon HoseWeight 55 lb 25 STANDARD MODELSMount upright in a dry location above highest bilge water Nominal Fuselevel on a solid surface Mounting screws should be Model Voltage Current Sizetightened only enough to slightly compress screws will reduce cushioning effect of 372020000 12 Vdc 75 AMP 10 AMPmounts and may cause excessive noise 372020010 24 Vdc 65 AMP 10 AMPPLUMBING MAINTENANCEFor intake and discharge use 34 ID Keep intake and discharge lines free of kinks and LUBRICATION Check connecting rod bearing To protect pump from debris install the 34 and add chassis lube as needed No other lubrication of theinline strainer Model 362000000 in the intake line from pump is requiredthe bilge Use a 34 thruhull fitting for discharge located WINTER STORAGE The pump must be completelywell above the waterline at all angles of heel drained hoses removed and pump run until all water isWIRING expelledWire pump in a circuit independent of all other Use stranded copper wire Install fuse in WIRING TABLEpositive circuit See table for recommended wire and fuse Wire Length Betweensize See diagram for wiring connections Use a Battery and Motor Wire Gauge10 amprated switch 3way switch Model 449600001After installation it is recommended that voltage be 1 25 feet 12 AWGchecked at the motor terminals with motor operating 25 50 feet 10 AWGunder full load Be sure measured voltage is not less than11 volts on a 12 volt system with a fully charged battery WIRING DIAGRAM FOR AUTOMATIC OPERATION DIMENSIONAL DRAWING 3WAY SWITCH 449600001 MANUAL OFF FUSE AUTOMATIC PUMP BATTERY Automatic Bilge Switch Model 34875Series or Any JABSCO Float Switch SERVICE EXPLODED VIEW TROUBLE SHOOTING Problems Causes 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 8 9 Rough or noisy operation Intake or discharge hose kinked or plugged Pump not mounted firmly Loosened eccentric set screw or 10 worn connecting rod bearing Ruptured or collapsed pulsation 10a dampener 11 VALVE REPLACEMENT 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 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 pump basePARTS LIST 3 Remove two diaphragm retainer screws and the diaphragm 4 Pull connecting rod assembly and diaphragm from motor mount then unscrew bolt to separate diaphragm platesKEY DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER QTY 5 Loosely reassemble new diaphragm diaphragm plates 1 Motor Kit 12 Vdc 302010000 1 washer and diaphragm bolt onto new connecting rod assembly 1 Motor Kit 24 Vdc 302000040 1 6 Slide connecting rod on shaft Ensure that eccentric is firmly 2 Motor Mount 357970000 1 seated on motor shaft and tighten set screw firmly against flat 7 Connecting Rod Kit 300400000 1 side of shaft 7 Loosely reassemble diaphragm diaphragm plates washer 8 Diaphragm Plate 356880000 2 and diaphragm bolt onto connecting rod Tighten connecting 9 Diaphragm 371740000 1 rod bolt while maintaining alignment of rod bearing eccentric10 Retainer 357880000 1 NOTICE Avoid misalignment or twisting of rod on eccentric10a Valve Retaining Plate 358160000 1 shaft or excessive bearing wear will result11 Valve Set Inlet Outlet 300050000 1 Set12 Base 357950000 1 PULSATION DAMPENER REPLACEMENT15 Pulsation Dampener 371790000 1 1 Disconnect power leads from pump and remove from mount17 Bottom Plate 357980000 1 Remove four tie down bolts21 Hardware Kit 371680000 1 Set 2 Remove bottom plate screw and the bottom plate Pull out and replace pulsation dampener position the 3ribbed cavity Service Kit 371820000 on discharge side Indicates Parts Contained in Service Kit 3 Replace bottom plate and screw Tighten evenly to base withNOTE 1 For Model 372010000 Use Replacement the four tie down bolts Motor Number 302020000 12 Volt only 4 Reinstall pump and reconnect power leadsNOTE 2 For Model 372010000 Use 2 Each PUMPGARD REPLACEMENT PARTS 359830000 Diaphragm Plates Part Description Part Number Screen Replacement 36139000 ORing Seal 364030000 THE PRODUCTS DESCRIBED HEREIN ARE SUBJECT TO THE JABSCO ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY WHICH IS AVAILABLE FOR YOUR INSPECTION UPON REQUESTUSA UNITED KINGDOM CANADA JAPAN GERMANYJabsco Jabsco Fluid Products Canada NHK Jabsco Company Ltd Jabsco GmbH1485 Dale Way PO Box 2158 Bingley Road Hoddesdon 55 Royal Road 32110 ShinYokohama Oststrasse 28Costa Mesa CA 926282158 Hertfordsire EN11 OBU Guelph Ontario N1H 1T1 KohokuKu Yokohama 222 22840 NorderstedtTel 7145458251 Tel 44 0 1992 450145 Tel 519 8211900 Tel 0454758906 Tel 494053 53 73 0Fax 7149570609 Fax 44 0 1992 467132 Fax 519 8212569 Fax 0454758908 Fax 494053 53 73 11 Copyright 2001 ITT Industries Printed in USA All Rights Reserved Form 430000110 Rev 12001
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