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ECONOMY 1/2 HP 1007





Please read and save these instructions. Read carefully before attempting to assemble, install, operate
or maintain the product described. Protect yourself and others by observing all safety information.
Failure to comply with instructions could result in personal injury and/or property damage! Retain
instructions for future reference.

95 North Oak St. • Kendallville, IN 46755

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General Safety Information
Never examine, make wiring
Carefully read and follow all safety instructions
changes or touch the motor before disconnecting the
in this manual and on pump. Keep safety labels main electrical supply switch.
in good condition. Replace missing or damaged
safety labels.
1. Open carton and remove package that has been
This is a SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL. When you
packed with the pump. This package contains
see this symbol on the pump or in the manual,
look for one of the following signal words and the pressure switch.
be alert to the potential for personal injury or 2. Remove pump from carton.
property damage. 3. Check for loose, missing or damaged parts.
1” NPT
Warns of hazards that will cause
serious personal injury, death or major property Junction Box
1-1/4” NPT Port
damage if ignored. Suction Port

Warns of hazards that can cause

serious personal injury or death, if ignored.

Warns of hazards that can cause

minor personal injury, product or property damage if

Indicates factors 1/4”

concerned with operation, installation, assembly or Switch
maintenance which could result in damage to the Tapping
machine or equipment if ignored. 1/2” Priming IL0141

NOTE: Indicates special instructions which are Port Drain Plug

important but are not related to hazards.
Do not use to pump flammable or explosive Figure 1
fluids such as gasoline, fuel oil, kerosene, Pre-Installation
etc. Do not use in flammable and/or
For installation the following general materials may
explosive atmospheres.
be required:
Hazardous pressure! Install pressure
relief valve in discharge pipe. Release all • PVC cement (if plastic pipe is used)
pressure on system before working on any • Teflon tape
component. • Pipe, pipe couplings and fittings
This product contains chemicals • 1” nipple (for discharge)
known to the State of California to cause cancer and • 1” tee or 90° elbow (for discharge)
birth defects or other reproductive harm. * 1” pipe plug if tee is used
NOTE: Pumps with the cCSAus mark are tested to • 1-1/4” foot valve (for cased wells)
UL Standard UL778 and certified to CSA Standard • 1-1/4” check valve (for driven wells)
C22.2 No. 108. • Single pipe well seal for 1-1/4” pipe (cased or
1. Wear safety glasses when working with pumps. dug wells)
2. Pump water only with this pump. • Copper electrical wire (See Wiring in Electrical)
3. Periodically inspect pump and system • Romex strain relief for pressure switch
components. Assembly
4. Protect electrical cord. Replace or repair
damaged or worn cords immediately.
5. Do not insert finger or any object into pump or
motor openings.
6. Do not allow pump or any other system
component to freeze. Freezing may damage
system, leading to injury or flooding. Allowing
pump or system components to freeze will void
the warranty.
7. An acceptable motor switch shall be provided at 1. Apply two (2) wraps of Teflon tape to threads of
the tme of installation. the pressure switch screw. Refer to Electrical
section for pressure switch wiring.

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Assembly (Continued)
2. Screw in pressure switch to 1/4” tapping on side
of pump hand tight. Tighten pressure switch with

2. Screw elbow fitting to discharge tee. Push flexible

hose onto elbow. Tighten clamp with screwdriver.
3. Connect service line to tank Tee.
4. NOTE: DO NOT install a check valve between
3. Use Teflon tape or pipe joint compound for pump and pressure tank. This will cause the
making all threaded connections to the pump. pressure switch to malfunction.
4. Assemble 3/4” pipe to discharge port of pump. IMPORTANT: Your pump pressure switch is set for
Assemble suction pipe with union to front a 20-40 PSI (1.4 - 2.8 Kg/cm2) range and requires
of pump. Unions installed near pump and a tank pre-charge of 18 PSI for proper operation
well will aid in servicing. Leave room to use (See Figure 7.)
wrenches.Tighten joints to approximately 140 ft.
lbs. Checking Tank Pre-Charge
5. Bolt pump to solid, level foundation. Support all
piping connected to the pump. Check pressure
with tire gauge

Pre-Charged Pressure


Figure 3

Ground motor before

connecting to electrical
power supply
Failure to ground motor
can cause severe or fatal
electrical shock hazard
Figure 2
Do not ground to a gas
Pressure Tank Installation
supply line.

To avoid dangerous or fatal

electrical shock, turn off
power to motor before
working on electrical

Supply voltage must be within ±10% of

nameplate voltage. Incorrect voltage can
cause fire or seriously damage motor and
voids warranty. If in doubt, consult a licensed
1. Assemble tank Tee to end of tank. Screw flexible electrician.
hose to tank Tee.
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This pump has not been evaluated for use in
swimming pool areas.

Assembly (Continued) Line 2

To reduce the risk of electric shock, install with
motor and all electrical components above
Line 1
the top grade level of sump. This pump is not
Green Green
Use wire size specified in wiring Chart C. If IL0164

Ground Ground
possible connect pump to a separate branch Wire Wire
circuit with no other appliances on it. If motor
wiring diagram differs from diagram shown Figure 3
below, follow diagram on motor.
Wire motor for correct Make certain that the power
voltage. See “Electrical” supply conforms to the electrical specifications of the
section and Motor Data motor supplied. See Motor Data Chart A.
Charts A & C of this Specific Wiring Procedure 115V or 230V
manual, and motor 1. The motors are prewired from factory for use
with 115V service. Motors are dual voltage
Ground motor before (115/230V), and may be field connected for
connecting to electrical 230V service.
power supply
2. To change voltage, remove the junction box
Meet national electrical access cover (See Figure 1).
code and local codes for 3. Move the switch to 230V position. (See Figure
all wiring.
Do not handle a pump or pump motor with wet
hands, or when standing on a wet or damp
surface or in water.

Follow wiring instructions in this manual when 230

connecting to power lines.

IMPORTANT: Do not use an extension cord

or splice wires. Joints should be made in an IL0165

approved junction box. If the above information

or the following wiring diagrams are confusing,
Figure 4
consult a licensed electrician.
Replace access cover before
Always disconnect power
starting or operating pump. Failure to do so can
source before performing any work on or near the
result in personal injury.
motor or its connected load.
Priming the Pump
Never run pump dry or against
a closed discharge. To do so can or may cause pump Do not touch an operating
to overheat, damaging seal and possibly causing motor or engine. They are designed to operate at high
burns to persons handling pump. Fill pump with temperatures.
water before starting. IMPORTANT: Pump must be primed. Make sure
Wiring the Pressure Switch pump is full of water before running. Failure to do
1. Remove pressure switch cover to expose wiring so will cause damage to the pump and void the
terminals. warranty.
2. Insert motor wires through side hole of pressure This pump has been evaluated
switch and attach to the two inside flag terminals for use with water only.
marked “load” (See Figure 3.)
3. Connect the green ground wire of the motor and
the power supply to the switch ground terminals.
4. Connect the power supply wire to the two
outside pressure switch terminals marked “line”
and replace the switch cover.

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1. During the first few hours of operation, inspect
Priming the pump, piping and any auxiliary equipment
used in connection with the unit.
2. Check for leaks, excessive vibration or unusual
IMPORTANT: Flow into well must at least equal
flow out through pump! See Performance Chart B.
Main Power Box

Fuse Box or Switch


Figure 5 Elbow
1. Remove priming plug.
2. Fill pump and suction pipe with water until water To Service Pressure Switch
runs out of the priming port.
3. Replace priming plug, hand tight.


Pressure Tank



Figure 7
Figure 6
Never examine, make wiring
4. Start the pump. Unit should pump water within
changes or touch the motor before disconnecting the
30 seconds. If not, stop pump and repeat steps main electrical supply switch. The thermal device may
1 through 3. On first use of pump, it may be have opened the electrical circuit.
necessary to re-prime the unit three or four
Motor Protection
times before all the air is out of suction pipe.
All single phase motors have built-in thermal
IMPORTANT: If the pump fails to build prime,
there may be an air pocket in the pump case.
protection for all voltages. The overload protects
To break up trapped air, connect 1/4” plastic the motor against burnout due to low voltage, high
tube, using a brass ferrule connector, to the voltage and other causes. The device is automatic
priming air vent port. (Not supplied.) and resets itself once the temperature has dropped
IMPORTANT: With the pump case completely to a safe point. Frequent tripping of the device
full of water and the priming tee plug in place, indicates trouble in the motor or power lines, and
submerge tubing into a bucket of water. Turn immediate attention is needed.
on power to motor. When pump builds up
pressure, turn off power, remove tubing and Disconnect power supply and
ferrule connector and replace 1/4” plug (See de-pressurize system before servicing pump or
Figure 6.) removing any component.
5. Once the pump is primed, tighten the priming Lubrication
plug. Remember to close the faucets. The motor has pre-lubricated bearings. No
Once the preceding instructions have been lubrication is required.
completed, the pump can be started.

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Winterizing a. Using two screwdrivers, pry the rotary
If pump is located in an area subject to freezing portion of the seal assembly (carbon ring,
temperature, the pump should be drained when it is Buna-N gasket and spring) off the end of
not in service or in danger from freezing. the shaft.
Winterizing (Continued) b. Using two (2) screwdrivers, pry the ceramic
1. Disconnect power. seal and rubber gasket from the recess of
2. Slowly and carefully release all water pressure. the mounting ring (See Figure 9).
3. Drain suction pipe to a point below the frost line. The precision lapped faces of
4. Drain all piping exposed to freezing the mechanical seal are easily damaged. Handle
temperatures. the replacement seal carefully. Short seal life will
5. Remove the 1/4” drain plug located on the result if seal faces (ceramic & carbon) are nicked,
bottom of the pump body (See Figure 1). scratched or dirty.
6. Remove the priming plug from service tee to 4. Clean the seal cavity of the motor bracket and
vent pump. the motor shaft thoroughly.
7. Drain pressure tank. 5. Wet outer edge of rubber cup on ceramic seat
Pump Disassembly with liquid soap solution. Use sparingly (one
To disassemble the pump, refer to Fig. 14 and the drop only).
following instructions. NOTE: Liquid soap solution — one drop of liquid
1. Disconnect power to motor. soap combined with one teaspoonful of water.
2. Remove for (4) hex bolts (Ref. No. 18) and 6. With thumb pressure, press ceramic seal half
remove the pump body (Ref. No. 10) from motor. firmly and squarely into seal cavity. Polished
face of ceramic seat is up. If seal will not seat
3. Remove three (3) hex bolts and washers (Ref.
correctly, remove, placing seal face up on bench.
No. 17) and remove diffuser (Ref. No. 7) and
Reclean cavity. Seal should now seat correctly
diffuser plate (Ref. No. 9).
(See Figure 10).
NOTE: The seal ring (Ref. No. 6) is generally
7. If seal does not seat correctly after recleaning
reusable. However, check to see if cut or damaged
cavity, place a cardboard washer over polished
and replace if necessary.
seal face and carefully press into place using
Cleaning/Replacing Impeller a piece of standard clean 3/4” pipe as a press
(See Figure 15) (See Figure 11).
NOTE: First, follow instructions under “Pump IMPORTANT: Do not scratch seal face.
Disassembly”. 8. Dispose of cardboard washer and recheck seal
1. With diffuser removed, (Ref. No. 7) the exposed face to be sure it is free of dirt, foreign particles,
impeller can now be cleaned. scratches and grease.
2. Remove impeller (Ref. No. 5) by unthreading 9. Inspect shaft to be sure it is free of nicks and
counter-clockwise while looking into the eye of scratches.
impeller. To hold motor shaft, remove two (2) 10.Apply liquid soap solution sparingly (one drop is
screws (Ref. No. 16) and remove motor end cap. sufficient) to inside diameter of rubber rotating
Use the screwdriver shaft at the back of motor member.
11.Slide rotating seal member (carbon face down
3. To reinstall, reverse steps 1 and 2 and re-mount toward ceramic face) and spring over the shaft.
IMPORTANT: Be sure not to nick or scratch carbon
4. Re-assemble the pump body (Ref. No. 10) to the face of seal when passing it over threaded shaft
motor bracket (Ref. No. 19). end of shaft shoulder. The carbon surface must
NOTE: Because damage to the shaft seal can remain clean, or short seal life will result.
occur in disassembly, a new seal will be required. 12.Hold motor shaft with flat blade screwdriver and
Mechanical Seal Replacement screw impeller onto shaft. Tightening impeller
(See Figure 15) will automatically locate seal in correct position.
1. Follow instructions under “Pump Disassembly”. 13.If removed for inspection remount seal ring and
2. Follow steps 1 and 2 under “Cleaning/Replacing diffuser to the motor mounting ring.
Impeller”. 14.Reassemble the pump body (Ref. No. 10) to the
3. Remove the mechanical seal assembly. motor mounting bracket.

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Remove Mechanical Seal
Cased/Dug Well Installation

Suction Pipe Priming Plug

Well Seal Priming Tee

Water Level
(Pump Off)

10 - 20’ Level
Figure 8
Press in Seal
At On)
5 Feet

Figure 11

Driven Point Installation

Check Valve


Steel Drive Pipe

Figure 9
If necessary, press
with cardboard and
pipe Drive Coupling
3/4” pipe
- press
carefully Well Point

Driven Point
washer IL0171
protects seal Seal
face Figure 12
Seal Cavity Lake Installation

Priming Plug

Priming Tee

IL0169 Foot Valve

Figure 10 Submerged
Well Pipe Installation Pipe
Use the installation method below which matches
your well type. Pipe

Screening IL0172
protects foot Foot valve off
valve bottom to keep
dirt out of system

Figure 13

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A. MOTOR WILL NOT 1. Disconnect switch is off. 1. Be sure switch is on
2. Fuse is blown. 2. Replace fuse

3. Starting switch is defective. 3. Disconnect power; replace starting switch

4. Pressure switch contacts are dirty. 4. Disconnect power and file contacts with emery
board or nail file
B. MOTOR RUNS HOT 1. Motor is wired incorrectly. 1. Refer to instructions on wiring
KICKS OFF 2. Voltage is too low. 2. Check with power company. Install heavier
wiring if wire size is too small. See wiring

3. Pump cycles too frequently. 3. See section below on too frequent cycling

C. MOTOR RUNS 1. Pump in a new installation did not pick 1. In new installation
BUT NO WATER IS up prime through:
a. Improper priming a. Re-prime according to instructions

(*) NOTE: Check prime b. Air leaks b. Check all connections on suction line, air
before looking for volume control and ejector
other causes. Unscrew
priming plug and see c. Leaking foot valve c. Replace foot valve
if there is water in
priming hole *2. Pump has lost its prime through: 2. In installation already in use:

a. Air leaks a. Check all connections on suction line, air

volume control, ejector and shaft seal

b. Water level below suction of pump b. Lower suction line into water and re-
prime. If receding water level in a shallow well
operation exceeds suction lift, a deep well pump
is needed

3. Ejector or impeller is plugged 3. Clean ejector or impeller

4. Check valve or foot valve is stuck in 4. Replace check valve or foot valve
closed position

5. Pipes are frozen 5. Thaw pipes. Bury pipes below frost line. Heat
pit or pump house

6. Foot valve and/or strainer are buried in 6. Raise foot valve and/or strainer above well
sand bottom
D. PUMP DOES NOT 1. Water level in well is lower than 1. A deep well jet pump may be needed (over 25
DELIVER WATER estimated. ft. to water)
2. Steel piping (if used) is corroded or 2. Replace with plastic pipe where possible,
limed, causing excess friction otherwise with new steel pipe

3. Offset piping is too small in size 3. Use larger offset piping

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E. PUMP PUMPS WATER, 1. Pressure switch is out of adjustment 1. Adjust or replace pressure switch
BUT DOES NOT SHUT or contacts are “frozen”
2. Faucets have been left open 2. Close faucets

3. Ejector or impeller is clogged 3. Clean ejector or impeller

4. Water level in well is lower than 4. Check possibility of using a deep well jet
estimated pump
F. PUMP CYCLES TOO 1. Standard pressure tank is waterlogged 1. Drain tank to air volume control tapping. Check
FREQUENTLY and has no air cushion air volume control for defect. Check for air leaks
at any connection

2. Pipes leak 2. Check connections

3. Faucets or valves are open 3. Close faucets or valves

4. Foot valve leaks 4. Replace foot valve

5. Pressure switch is out of alignment 5. Adjust or replace pressure switch

6. Air change too low in pre-charged 6. Disconnect electrical power and open faucets
tank until all pressure is relieved. Using automobile
tire pressure gauge, check air pressure in tank
at the valve stem located at top of tank. Air
pressure should be 2 PSI below pump pressure
switch cut-in setting. Check air valve for leaks,
using soapy solution, and replace core if
G. AIR SPURTS FROM 1. Pump is picking up prime 1. As soon as pump picks up prime, all air will be
2. Leak in suction side of pump 2. Check suction piping

3. Well is gaseous 3. Change installation as described in manual

4. Intermittent over-plumbing of well 4. Lower foot valve if possible, otherwise restrict

discharge side of pump to match well delivery

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Replacement Parts List
Impeller Eye
16 18 9 10 13
5 7
1 17

4510LI Kit #022552 15

For replacement parts call 1-800-345-9422

Figure 14

Model: SJ05S 1/2 HP

Ref. No. Description FJ05S 1/2 HP Part No. Qty.
J05S 1/2 HP
19 Motor and bracket N/A N/A
1 Motor access cover 020555 1
2 Screws, access cover (not shown) N/A 2
Motor lead wire (not shown) N/A 1
4 Seal Rotary w/spring 1
5 Impeller 1
6 Seal ring (not shown) 022552 1
7 Diffuser 1
9 Diffuser Plate 1
10 Pump body 020557 1
13 Plug, 1/2” NPT • 1
15 Plug, 1/4” NPT • 3
16 Screws, #10-24 x 1/4” • 2
17 Bolt 1/4 20 x 1-1/2 • 1
18 Bolt 3/8 16 x 1 •
‹ Pressure switch
Internal Motor Parts
‹ Capacitor 020345 1
(•) Standard hardware item, (‹) Not shown, N/A Not available
For service kit containing rotary seal, impeller, diffuser plate and o-ring, consult factory.

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Specifications Chart A
Motor Dimensions
Pressure Discharge
HP Motor Switch Ship
Volts Phase HZ RPM Connected Setting Inlet Outlet H W L Wt.
For Lbs.
1/2 115/230V 1 60 3450 115V 1-1/4” 3/4” 8-3/8” 9-7/8” 17” 38

Pump Performance Chart B

Suction Lift Gallons Per Minute Capacity At Discharge Pressure PSI
HP Shut Off PSI
(Feet) 20 30 40 50
5 12.9 8.9 5.5 2.2 58
10 11.1 8.1 4.7 1.6 56
1/2 15 9.5 7.3 3.9 1.0 54
20 7.7 6.8 3.6 .8 53
25 5.5 5.5 2.9 .2 51

Wiring And Fuse Size Chart C

Branch Fuse
Distance In Feet From Motor To Service Panel
Max. Rating†
Motor Wire Size AWG - Copper
Volts Load Wire Size
Amps 0-50 50-100 100-150 150-200 200-300
14 12 10
Ft. Ft. Ft. Ft. Ft.
1/2 9.2/4.6 14/14 12/14 12/14 12/14 10/12 15A 20A 30A
(†) Fusetrons are recommended instead of fuses on all motor circuits.


This product is warranted for one year from the date of purchase or two years WARRANTIES, AND MAY NOT BE EXTENDED OR MODIFIED BY ANYONE.
from the date of manufacture, whichever occurs first. Subject to the conditions ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE PERIOD OF
hereinafter set forth, the manufacturer will repair or replace to the original THE LIMITED WARRANTY AND THEREAFTER ALL SUCH IMPLIED
consumer, any portion of the product which proves defective due to defective WARRANTIES ARE DISCLAIMED AND EXCLUDED. THE MANUFACTURER
materials or workmanship. To obtain warranty service, contact the dealer from SHALL NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL,
whom the product was purchased. The manufacturer retains the sole right and CONSEQUENTIAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGES, SUCH AS, BUT NOT LIMITED
option to determine whether to repair or replace defective equipment, parts or TO DAMAGE TO, OR LOSS OF, OTHER PROPERTY OR EQUIPMENT,
components. Damage due to conditions beyond the control of the manufacturer LOSS OF PROFITS, INCONVENIENCE , OR OTHER INCIDENTAL OR
from failure to properly install, operate or maintain the unit in accordance with
printed instructions provided; (b) to failures resulting from abuse, accident or This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights
negligence; (c) to normal maintenance services and the parts used in connection which vary from state to state. Some states do not allow limitations on duration
with such service; (d) to units which are not installed in accordance with normal of implied warranties or exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the
applicable local codes, ordinances and good trade practices; and (e) the unit is above limitations may not apply to you.
used for purposes other than for what it was designed and manufactured.
replaced under this warranty must be returned to the manufacturer at Kendallville, INFORMATION CENTER WITHIN TEN DAYS OF INSTALLATION. WARRANTY
Indiana or such other place as the manufacturer may designate, freight prepaid. VALID IN CANADA AND MEXICO.

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