Wayne SPT33, CDT33, SPT50, CDT50, SSPT50, SSPT33, 351002-001 User Manual

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Operating Instruction and Parts Manual CDT33, CDT50, SPT33, SPT50, SSPT33 and SSPT50

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Submersible

Sump Pump

Description

The submersible pump is designed for home sump applications. The unit is equipped with an 8-ft long, 3-prong grounding type power cord. Motor is oil filled and sealed for cooler running and designed to operate under water. A float switch is provided for automatic pump operation. This pump is not suitable for aquatic life.

Unpacking

Inspect this unit before it is used. Occasionally, products are damaged during shipment. If the pump or components are damaged, return the unit to the place of purchase for replacement. Failure to do so could result in serious injury or death.

General Safety

Information

Do not use to pump flammable or explosive fluids such as gasoline, fuel oil, kerosene, etc. Do not

use in a flammable and/or explosive atmosphere. Pump should only be used to pump clear water. Personal injury and/or property damage could result.

This pump is not designed to handle

salt water, brine, laundry discharge or any other application which may contain caustic chemicals and/or foreign materials. Pump damage could occur if used in these application and will void warranty.

All wiring must be performed by a

qualified electrician.

If the basement has water or moisture on the floor, do not walk on wet area until all power is turned

off. If the shutoff box is in the basement, call an electrician. Remove pump and either repair or replace. Failure to follow this warning could result in fatal electrical shock.

A backup system should be

used. Call 1-800-237-0987 for backup model number.

Installation

1.Install pump in a sump pit with minimum size as shown below. Construct sump pit of tile, concrete, steel or plastic.

Figure 1

2.The unit should be located and rest on a solid, level foundation. Do not place pump directly on clay, earth, gravel or sandy surface. These surfaces contain small stones, gravel, sand, etc. that may clog or damage the pump and cause pump failure.

Flood risk. If flexible discharge

hose is used, make sure pump is secured in sump pit to prevent movement. Failure to secure pump could allow pump movement and switch interference and prevent pump

from starting or stopping.

3.Thread (optional) check valve (Wayne No. 66005-WYN)into pump body carefully to avoid stripping or cross threading. Do not use pipe joint sealant.

4.Connect 1-1/4” rigid pipe to rubber boot on check valve. Reverse boot for 1-1/2” diameter pipe. Tighten hose clamps.

Support pump and piping when

assembling and after installation. Failure to do so could cause piping to break, pump to fail, etc. which could result in property damage and/or personal injury.

5.Protect electrical cord from sharp object, hot surfaces, oil and chemicals. Avoid kinking the cord and replace damaged cords immediately.

IMPORTANT: Make sure there is adequate room for tether switch to swing freely during operation.

6.A sump pit cover must be installed to prevent debris from clogging or damaging the pump.

Operation

Always disconnect the power source before attempting to install, service, relocate or

maintain the pump. Never touch sump pump, pump motor, water or discharge piping when pump is connected to electrical power. Never handle a pump or pump motor with wet hands or when standing on wet or damp surface or in water. Fatal electrical shock could occur.

1.A ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) is required.

Risk of electrical shock! This pump is

REMINDER: Keep your dated proof of purchase for warranty purposes! Attach it to this manual or file it for safekeeping.

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supplied with a grounding conductor and grounding type attachment plug. Use a grounded receptacle to reduce the risk of fatal electrical shock.

Never cut off the round grounding prong. Cutting the cord or plug will void the warranty and make the pump inoperable.

2.This pump is only for use on 120 Volt (single-phase), 60 hz, 15 amp service and is equipped with a 3- conductor cord and 3-prong, grounding type plug. Insert the float switch cord plug directly into a 120 volt outlet.

3.Insert the pump power cord plug directly into the back of the float switch cord plug (See Fig. 2).

Figure 2

4.Fill sump with water. The pump will start automatically when the water has filled the sump to a depth of approximately 13“. The pump will stop when the water depth is approximately 7”. The pump will recycle thereafter as required.

5.Do not operate the pump unless it is submerged in water. Dry running causes pump failure.

6.The motor is equipped with an automatic reset thermal protector.

7.While the pump is draining the pit, verify that the discharge piping is carrying the water to a point several feet away from the foundation.

8.If pump discharge line is exposed to freezing temperature, the exposed line must be pitched to drain.

Trapped water will freeze and damage the pump.

Maintenance

Always disconnect the electrical supply before attempting to install, service, relocate or

perform any maintenance. If the power source is out of sight, lock and tag in

the open (off) position to prevent unexpected power application. Failure to do so could result in fatal electrical shock. Only qualified electricians should repair this unit. Improper repair could result in fatal electrical shock.

1.Let the pump cool for a minimum of two hours before servicing because the pump contains hot oil under pressure and the motor is hot.

2.Disassembly of the motor prior to expiration of warranty will void the warranty. If repairs are required, see troubleshooting chart.

4.Inlet should be kept clean and free of all foreign objects and inspect annually. A clogged inlet will damage pump.

5.Pump should be checked monthly for proper operation.

This pump contains dielectric oil for

cooling. This oil can be harmful to the environment. Check the state environmental laws before disposing this oil.

Troubleshooting Chart

Symptom

Possible Cause(s)

Corrective Action

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pump will not start

1.

Blown fuse

1. If blown, replace with proper sized fuse or reset breaker.

 

or run

2.

Low line voltage

2. If voltage is under 108 volts, check wiring size.

 

 

3. Defective motor

3. Replace pump

 

 

4. Defective float switch

4. Replace float switch

 

 

5. Impeller

5. If impeller will not turn, remove housing and remove blockage

 

 

6.

Float obstructed

6. Make sure float move freely up and down

 

 

 

 

 

Pump starts and

1. Backflow of water from

1. Install or replace check valve (Wayne No. 66005-WYN)

 

stops too often

 

piping

 

 

 

2. Faulty float switch

2. Replace float switch

 

 

 

 

 

Pump will not shut

1. Defective float switch

1. Replace float switch

 

off or thermal

2.

Obstacle in piping

2. Remove pump and clean pump and piping

 

protector turns off

3. Float obstructed

3. Make sure float moves freely up and down

 

 

 

 

 

Pump operates but

1. Low line voltage

1. If voltage is under 108 volts, check wiring size.

 

delivers little or no

2. Plugged impeller

2. Clean out impeller

 

water

 

 

 

 

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Replacement Parts List

For Replacement Parts, call 1-800-237-0987

 

• Only use factory parts to repair

Please provide following information:

Address parts correspondence to:

this pump.

-Model number

 

Wayne Water Systems

 

-Serial number (if any)

101 Production Drive

 

-Part description and number as shown in parts list

Harrison, OH 45030

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Part Numbers for Models

 

 

Ref.

 

CDT33

SPT33, SPT50

 

 

No.

Description

CDT50

SSPT33, SSPT50

 

1.

Tether Float Switch Kit

60022-001

60022-001

 

2.

Top Cover Kit

60030-001

60030-001

 

3.

Impeller Plate

15958

15958

 

4.

Impeller

60000-001

60000-001

 

5.

Volute

60016-001

60007-001

Specifications

Power supply requirements

......120V, 60 hz

Motor .........................................

Single phase, oil filled

Horsepower................................

1/3 HP (CDT33, SPT33, SSPT33)

....................................................

1/2 HP (CDT50, SPT50, SSPT50)

Liquid temperature range ........

40°F to 120°F

Circuit requirements..................

15 amps (min)

Dimensions.................................

111/2” high x 93/4” base

Cut-in level (factory set)............

13”

Cut-out level (factory set) .........

7”

Construction

Motor housing

.................Cold rolled steel

Volute ...............................

Cast iron (CDT33, CDT50)

..........................................

Glass Reinforced Thermoplastic

 

(SPT33, SPT50, SSPT33, SSPT50)

Impeller ............................

Glass reinforced thermoplastic

Shaft .................................

Low carbon steel

Seals ..................................

Buna N

Discharge..........................

11/2” NPT

Motor Cover.....................

Glass reinforced thermoplastic

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