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This Hot tub Circulation pump is designed to replace the Grundfos circulation pump.
Tiny Might Circulation Pump might look slightly different to the one fitted in your hot tub, This is the new version of the Hot tub Circulation pump which is the direct replacement for the old version which had a smooth red body.
Connecting the pump to the plumbing please see the following guide:
Note - This Spa pump is supplied with no cable.
Quick Find Code: 20005Brand: WaterwayItem Height: 15Item Width: 12.5Item Length: 25Pump Horse Power: 0.28Pump Speeds: 1Motor HP: 0.28Pump KW: 0.2Pump Amps: 1.3Pump RPM: 2900Includes Cable: NoWet End Suction Location: MiddleWet End Return Location: RightWet End Return Union Size: 1"Wet End Suction Union Size: 1"Type: Hot Tub Circulation Pump
Please note all Hot tub Parts sold are UK Spec, which means designed for 230 V at 50Hz
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Replaced the old circulation pump on my 10 year old VitaSpa Nuage as it had started making a noise like a seagull being tortured! Old pump had leaked and bearings and windings were shot. Two things: it has American coloured wires, so bear in mind if you're connecting it to a UK wired system (ours was US so a doddle). Second, prepare yourself with a couple of bungs sized to fit the holes on the new pump.. that way when you crack off the old one you can jam them in the union connectors and prevent yourself getting soaked as even if you put all the stops in, there's going to be a few gallons of water sloshing around! Having said that, once I'd got the old pump off, replacing it took about ten minutes. I added a bead of silicone around the top wiring cover as I wasn't convinced about the water tightness of it, but otherwise, it has extended the lifetime of our hot tub.. better to spend £180 on a new pump than a new tub or several hundred quid on calling someone out! If you can wire a plug and have any vague sense of how electrics work, it's well within your skill set. Worst case, get someone who does know a bit about electrics to help.