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Old 05-17-2012, 12:24 PM
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New parts washer pump?

hey guys I have a parts washer I bought about 5 years ago from Harbor freight. It has worked great up until the other day. It appears that the motor has gone out. I turn on the switch and you can hear it hum but the impellar does not spin so needless to say no spin-no fluid. Can I get a replacement pump for this? I looked on the HF website but did not see anything.

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hey guys I have a parts washer I bought about 5 years ago from Harbor freight. It has worked great up until the other day. It appears that the motor has gone out. I turn on the switch and you can hear it hum but the impellar does not spin so needless to say no spin-no fluid. Can I get a replacement pump for this? I looked on the HF website but did not see anything.

Thanks
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I got one of these washers too I think from tractor supply but im pretty sure its the same part. The internals of the pump are all cheapo plastic and come apart. Mine lasted about three months.
I too have been looking. If I find anything ill post
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They are expensive but you can search the part numbers at other sites.

Another at Northern tool, much cheaper

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I just bought a pond pump at Orchard Supply Hardware Store. It's worked better than any replacement pump I've ever bought, and it's way cheaper.

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I've been using a pump from Snap On for about 25 years now with no issues. as I recall it was about 100 bucks back then, but worth it in the long run.

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Northern tool has one. I just installed one in our race car trailer. Only thing I didn't like is there is no real mounting point and no switch. I just installed it in a small chanel I made and used the out let with a bulkhead fitting.

Got a switch box at Menards....problem solved. then I made a round plate to cover the hole left by the old pump.....need this so the solvent doesn't slosh all over the place.
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Northern tool has one. I just installed one in our race car trailer. Only thing I didn't like is there is no real mounting point and no switch. I just installed it in a small chanel I made and used the out let with a bulkhead fitting.

Got a switch box at Menards....problem solved. then I made a round plate to cover the hole left by the old pump.....need this so the solvent doesn't slosh all over the place.
I bought a sewing machine pedal controller switch at a yard sale for $5. works great!

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I just bought one from Northern Tool $35.00
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just got one from S&J http://www.google.com/products/catal...d=0CNcBEPMCMAI

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HF. parts washer pump

Call HF customer service, give them the model # of the washer and they can find a replacement in their stock. Have done this with lots of their products.
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