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    Terry, I am not sure how this actually works out since I am in the Technical depatment. What you would have to do is talk to our customer service at 1-800-928-7867 ext 5 and ask them how that would work or even call your area REP, if you do not know who that is, ask customer service when you call them.

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    That number doesn't work Zoellerpump. Is it the correct one 407 245 7838?

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    407-688-9696 is the new number, sorry about that.

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    Thanks ZP.

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    Hope it helps!

    ZP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoellerpump
    Hey Bill,

    We can get you the new switch part number, just call 1-800-928-7867 ext 6
    and tell the them you need a new switch for your old pump. Very easy to replace and that way you will have a good back up pump just in case!
    Well I wish I would have read this BEFORE I butchered my M53 pump. *sigh*
    I have an M105 washer pump system and the pump quit a few days ago. Took it all apart to find a rusty corroded looking pump. I figured the pump was bad. Purchased a local replacement that I found out later is not recommended for anything over 95 F. So, I did not put it in because of that. It will be going back to the store tomorrow. Also when I took out my old Zoeller pump, I wanted to save the grommet for the power cord so I cut the plug off and slid it out. No biggie. However, later as I was taking the PVC tube out I decided to cut off the power cord completely (hitting self in head).
    Now, after reading all this, my switch was probably just bad, but now I have butchered the power cord off. I need a switch and a power cord. Can this be replaced and sealed again, or do I need to buy a whole pump? Thanx in advance.

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    Do you know how old the pump is?

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    ZP, I must be small potatoes. They never bothered to give me a return call.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butcher
    Well I wish I would have read this BEFORE I butchered my M53 pump. *sigh*
    I have an M105 washer pump system and the pump quit a few days ago. Took it all apart to find a rusty corroded looking pump. I figured the pump was bad. Purchased a local replacement that I found out later is not recommended for anything over 95 F. So, I did not put it in because of that. It will be going back to the store tomorrow. Also when I took out my old Zoeller pump, I wanted to save the grommet for the power cord so I cut the plug off and slid it out. No biggie. However, later as I was taking the PVC tube out I decided to cut off the power cord completely (hitting self in head).
    Now, after reading all this, my switch was probably just bad, but now I have butchered the power cord off. I need a switch and a power cord. Can this be replaced and sealed again, or do I need to buy a whole pump? Thanx in advance.
    Part number is 004700 for the cord and seal assembly, order that through 1-800-928-7867 ext 5 list price is $14.00

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedbump
    ZP, I must be small potatoes. They never bothered to give me a return call.

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    Send me your phone # Bob, I'll see what I can do!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butcher
    Well I wish I would have read this BEFORE I butchered my M53 pump. *sigh*
    I have an M105 washer pump system and the pump quit a few days ago. Took it all apart to find a rusty corroded looking pump. I figured the pump was bad. Purchased a local replacement that I found out later is not recommended for anything over 95 F. So, I did not put it in because of that. It will be going back to the store tomorrow. Also when I took out my old Zoeller pump, I wanted to save the grommet for the power cord so I cut the plug off and slid it out. No biggie. However, later as I was taking the PVC tube out I decided to cut off the power cord completely (hitting self in head).
    Now, after reading all this, my switch was probably just bad, but now I have butchered the power cord off. I need a switch and a power cord. Can this be replaced and sealed again, or do I need to buy a whole pump? Thanx in advance.

    After looking at all the parts I would need: cord, switch, feed through grommets, etc., and the time to put it together, the "boss" here said to research a new one. I stopped at the local plumbing supply and got a brand new one for $108 w/ tax. I was happy. best of all, SHE was happy. Thanx guys. Now, who wants my old pump?

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    I'd go ahead and get the parts and build me a spare pump.

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    Default Barnes SP33 Sump Pump - AMAZING

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