Part # BN40SS
Dimensions 14" L x 6.5" W x 6.5" D
Alternate Part #'s 17527, 177778, 181069, 181484, 181579, 182276, 182688, 182798, 182924, 184518, 186062, 186095, 186097, 186887, 193864, 193865, 5KCR39UN2898X, 5U164, 7-182688-02, 7-184518-02, 7-186095-02, 7-186097-02, 7-186097-40, 8-186062-01, BN40, C1456, SPH20FL1, SPH20FLC
BN40 Motor, 2 HP, 230/115v, Single Speed, full load amps 10.0/20.0, 3450 rpm, service factor 1.0, frame 48Y, threaded shaft. Please note that the BN40 motor has an internal capacitor mounted in the back of the motor, not on top as pictured.
Do you ave a schematic on the location of the capacitor?
Hi, Gary. We do not have a wiring schematic for this motor that shows the capacitor. However, the Start Capacitor is located to the rear of the motor under the cover.
Can the 3x5 base/stand be removed?. My current pump has a plastic base that extends under the motor.
Hi, Ron. The base is unable to be removed from the motor.
I have a hot tub that I had to have the pump repaired. The pump is a Magnatek 7-182895-02 that I had rebuilt because the bearings were froze up. Upon hooking it back up it is kicking the gfi off when I turn the pump on. Is it possible that they put the 2 wires down on incorrect pins? It is being run as a 120 volt system with only 3 wires from the control panel. They are white, black and green. Any suggestions that you may have would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance! Michael
Hi, Michael. It is possible that the motor could be wired incorrectly, or the motor is bad. You can use our Pool Motor Troubleshooting Blog to find and correct the issue.
I have a megnetek part # 10-182895-02. Any suggestions for a replacement?
Hi, Doug. The Century BN35 motor is the correct replacement.
I have a Magnetek 7-184242-03. Will this model be able to replace the old one I have?
Yes, this pump would be a direct replacement for your Magnetek 7-184242-03.
I just ordered this motor to replace the one that I have. What pump & pump seals should I get to go with this? thank you! Val
In order to cross-reference the correct seals that you may need, you will need to provide us with the model name or number of the front pump housing that the motor attaches to. If you cannot locate that information then you can email us an image of the housing to email@example.com so we can assist in identifying that model.
I have a magnetek 8-18192-02, how can I can change it to 115vac
Hi, RW. A motor wiring diagram is located directly on the motor label.
The only possible model information I can find says "Hurricane". Is this the model? Also, do you have a schematic or diagram on how the impeller assembly fits on the pump?
Hi Larry, can you email us a few photos of your pump? One wide shot showing the plumbing going in and out of the pump and close up shot of the motor label. You can simply reply back to this email with the photos or send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
The pump I have is Part No. 7-182895-02. Amps 8.0/16.0. 1081/1563 Pump Duty. Is this pump a direct replacement for the one I have?
Larry. The replacement motor for Part No. 7-182895-02 is the Century BN35 Motor.
Do you provide an impeller replacement for a magnatek Century Pool/Spa motor (7-182895-02)?
Larry, The impeller would be based on the pump model not the motor. If you can provide us with the pump model number, we can help you find the impeller.
Will this motor work as a replacement for a Waterway Plastics PH2200-6 2 Hp 2-Speed 3450/1725 Rpm, 115V Above Ground Pool Pump?
Hi, Susan. The Waterway PH2200-6 Pump uses the Century BN50 Motor even though it's rated at a 2hp pump.
BN40SS motor is compatible as motor of replacement the speck pump e-90 2 hp?
Yes the BN40SS motor is the proper replacement for the speck pump e-90 2 hp
I have a hayward power flow LX its a hp 3.0 spl. model # sp1580z2. will this work as a replacement
Will your motor BN40SS properly replace the failed Pentair WhisperFlow 2HP motor? If so, what additional items do I need to pick up for a successful replacement? Thanks!
Hi, Ramas. This BN40SS motor is not compatible with the Pentair Whisperflo Pump. Please provide us with the Whisperflo model or part number so that we can locate the correct motor for you.
hi my old pump is an A.O.SMITH bn39 part 7 - 17777-03 1.5 hp 220-240 V can i use this one ? i have one dreamamker spa vith redpump and hotsticker.
Hi Jan, You can use the BN40SS motor to replace the BN39 motor which is compatible with the DreamMaker Redpump.
Can the bearing be bad in the motor I have a high pitch squel
This is one of the signs that the bearings are going bad in a motor. To confirm the bearing part numbers for that model motor you would need to touch base with A.O. Smith at (800) 262-6484.
Impeller bad need to replace 1 HP not 2HP
Hi Phil, Could you let us know the make and model of your pump as this would help us determine which impeller you need.
Is a 2 HP pump about right for 24' round above ground pool that is 56 inches deep?
Hi Alan, You should actually be fine with a 1 HP Pure Pro XL Pump on a 24' round pool or possibly a 1.5 HP.
Hi.... I will be buying a BN40ss motor to replace a magnetek motor (7-184518-02 ) How do I know which shaft seal to get? It will be used as a spa motor/pump. Thanks
Hi Bill, We would need the manufacture and model of the pump wet end in order to find out which shaft seal is needed for that pump.
Information of my jacuzzi pump, Flo master 031221762-1 code 08016 serial #203172-024 FMHP 553022 which pump is the replacement. Also, water exits from side of impeller not top. Thanks, Leo
Hi Leo, None of the info provide allowed me to cross reference it to a specific Flo-Master Pump. The FMHP pump does have a side discharge but I'm not sure if this motor is the correct one. If you can send us a photo of the motor label I will be able to confirm if this is the correct motor.
Hi, Is the BN40ss a direct replacement for a Magnetek 7-184518-02 ? Thanks
Hi Bill, The BN40SS will be the direct replacement for p/n 7-184518-02.
will a flo master XP2 pump by aqua-flo fit this motor?
Danny,As far as bolting up to the XP2 pump, yes both frame sizes of motor and pump are a 48Y frame. Because I do not know the horsepower or specs of the actual pump itself, I wouldn't be able to confirm if this motor will run properly with the pump, though.
will a pn315-1160 wet head fit this motor?
Hello Gary, The 315-1160 is the front volute for a Waterway Hi-Flo pump but it does not identify the HP of your particular wet end. But I can say from the numbers provided, the BN40 will work for the Hi-Flo series.
Is the BN40SS a direct replacement for the magnetek 7-181579-02?
Hi Dave, yes the BN40SS a direct replacement for the magnetek 7-181579-02.
Hello, we currently have a broken magnetek b124. this model's numbers and frame style match. Can we use this one?
Hello Sue - The BN40SS would not be a compatible replacement. We would recommend going with the B124 motor.
Why should I purchase a Tune Up Kit?
A Tune Up Kit includes all of the essential replacement seals and gaskets for the pump. The seals and gaskets should be replaced when installing a new motor on your pump. New seals will prevent the pump from leaking water or losing the prime. A Tune Up Kit will protect your motor and ensure that the pump is working efficiently.
Why do I need to purchase a new shaft seal?
We strongly recommend replacing the shaft seal. The purpose of a shaft seal is to prevent water from running down the shaft of the motor and into the motor housing. Water will damage the bearings and cause the motor to fail. A new shaft seal should be installed whenever a motor is replaced. The motor manufacturer can deny the warranty if the motor fails to due to water damage from a faulty shaft seal. To find your shaft seal you will need to visit our Pool Pump Parts Page or the Spa Pump Parts Page and select your make and model.
What is Service Factor?
Service Factor(SF) is a multiplier that when multiplied by the horsepower of the motor indicates the total permissible horsepower loading that may be carried when the motor is operating at rated voltage and frequency. The most important thing to remember when replacing a motor is that the replacement motor's horsepower times its service factor must be equal to or greater than the original motor's horsepower times its service factor. The Service Factor rating can be found on the motor label. See Step 4 of our How to Read a Pool Motor Label guide.