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    Exclamation 110v or 220v??

    old submersible was pulled and replaced both were 220v.?? is old pump was taken apart and fixed for a portable pump ie to pump water from a pond to a pool i think it might have been wired 110v. how do check the voltage needed to run this pump???

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    There should be a tag on the side that gives HP,voltage, amps, ect.

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    "old submersible was pulled and replaced both were 220v.?? is old pump was taken apart and fixed for a portable pump ie to pump water from a pond to a pool i think it might have been wired 110v. how do check the voltage needed to run this pump???"

    If I understand your question properly, a 220 V well pump was adapted to be used as a portable pump.

    I have never seen a submersible well pump that could be rewired for a different voltage than it was built for. If it was a 220 V motor, it is probably still still a 220 Volt motor.

    If it is a submersible well pump motor, the information is probably etched on the side.

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    Exclamation 110 or 220 volt

    thanks fellows found stamping and its is 220v thanks again

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