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Customer Reviews for Wayne Submersible Utility Pump - 1 1/4in. Port, 1800 GPH, 1/4 HP, Model# VIP25

Wayne Submersible Utility Pump - 1 1/4in. Port, 1800 GPH, 1/4 HP, Model# VIP25

Item# 108556
The Wayne 1/4 HP submersible utility pump is a powerful non-clogging vortex pump that moves up to 1800 GPH. Volts 120, Discharge Port in. 1 1/4 or 3/4, Flow GPH 1,800, Solid Handling in. 1/2, Suction Type Bottom, Max. Total Head ft. 15, Power Cord ft. 8, Volute Glass reinforced thermoplastic, Thermal Overload Protection Yes, HP 1/4, Impeller Shaft Glass reinforced thermoplastic, Amps 6.2, Dimensions L x W x H in. 6 x 6 x 10, Pump Housing Glass reinforced thermoplastic, Seals Buna-N. Powerful non-clogging vortex pump Corrosion-resistant, reinforced thermoplastic motor housing, volute and impeller with oil-filled, thermally protected motor 1 1/4in. NPT discharge passes up to 1/2in. solids Bottom suction action removes water down to 1/4in. 3/4in. discharge adapter Easy access handle for portability
Average Customer Rating:
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Customer Reviews for Wayne Submersible Utility Pump - 1 1/4in. Port, 1800 GPH, 1/4 HP, Model# VIP25
Review 1 for Wayne Submersible Utility Pump - 1 1/4in. Port, 1800 GPH, 1/4 HP, Model# VIP25
Overall Rating:
1 / 5
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Pump not working correctly

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December 30, 2013
By Showin57
from Ga
"Afte lugging pump under house 4 times I gave up on it, would pump in wheel barrow fine, but would not pump water from busted pipe under house , tried turning on and off with no luck"
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Review 2 for Wayne Submersible Utility Pump - 1 1/4in. Port, 1800 GPH, 1/4 HP, Model# VIP25
Overall Rating:
1 / 5
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Wayne the Pain Sump Pump

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July 26, 2011
By Sprayfaced
"I planned to use this pump to drain a small kiddie pool used by our pet ducks. I followed the directions and had the pump happily pumping in a few minutes. When the water was lowered to a level below the "air escape plug" it immediately began spraying water up and around the pump, thinking I had done something wrong I consulted the directions. It was then I noted not a single reference to this air plug in the directions. To make a nasty story short, (invision duck spew laden water spraying in your face) I decided to send it back and go with another brand. This is definately a design flaw and is ignored by the manufacturer. Take my advice and pass this pump up and go with the little giant."
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