Part # ST1152
Dimensions 15.5" L x 7.5" W x 5.5" D
Alternate Part #'s 110284, 13870, 15236, 16055, 164566, 165113, 17318, 177026, 177032, 184950, 184950PJ, 186917, 19361, 1K048, 3K132, 52011, 5KCR49UN2088X, 6K878, 82772, 89361, 90118589, 90118761, 91715, 91727, B129, B139, B196, B709, B751, B796, C1101, C48L2N120, C48L2N120A2, C48L2N134HH, C48M2DB11A9, C48M2N107A2, C48M2N107A5, C48M2N110, C48M2N110A3, C48M2N110A4, C492, C56M2D107A1, C56M2N105, C56M2N110, C56M2N110A1, C56M2T61, C56M2T61A1, C56M2T61A2, C56M2U11A3, C56M2U11A6, C56M2U11A8, C56M2U4C3, CT115C, CT215CE, EB129, EB796, EST1152, JD15FL1, JD15FL1E, K48M2N106, K48M2N107A1, K48M2N107A2, K48M2N107A7, K48M2N110, K48M2N110C1, K48M2N111A2, K56M2N101A1, M-536DA, M-546DA, M546, MFK-19361, S88-175, SP1610Z1M, SP1615Z1BBK, SP1615Z1BE, SP1615Z1BEE, ST1152, SW2562, V16055
Voltage 115/230, Max Amps 115V = 19.4 230V = 9.7, Single Speed, Round Flange, RPM = 3450, Threaded Shaft, Frame = 56J Used on the following FULL RATE ENERGY EFFICIENT models: Hayward Super II Energy Efficient, Hayward Northstar Full Rate and Jacuzzi Magnum Full Rate pumps.
I have an aquatron II-6 pump and am replacing an ST1152. what gokit do I use?
Hi Jeff you will require this AquaTron Seal Kit
I have a spa pump: Hayward 3015 X 20 EE. The correct (2HP) motor is too long to maneuver in place. It is located in a tight spot, so I assume the previous owner downsized the motor. I cannot read the old motor's label anymore, but the Impeller model # is SP 3015-C (which is a 1 1/2 impeller for a different pump) Will this motor be a valid replacement?
I have a 1.5 HP Motor: Century Centurion (AO Smith) CAT # B229SE (Part# 184982) PR: Y56J motor. Will this replace my current motor?
No, this is not the correct motor replacement. It actually would be the model 5212X.
I have a Hayward Super II Pump SP-3015AQ with an Century motor part #165111-21 3/4 pump. I need to replace the motor. I would like to go 1 1/2 HR with either the ST 1152 or the STS 1152 motor. What else will i need to complete this process.Thanks
I have st1152 k48m2n110c1 and the bearings went out in it on my sp2607x10 Hayward pump and need to make sure I buy the correct motor because I will be installing it myself. Which is the correct motor and seal kit?
The correct replacement motor is the ST1152 and the seal kit is the GOKIT3, but just letting you know that your pump model says it is a 1HP Super Pump but you have a 1.5HP motor. Do you have a 1.5HP impeller to go with your 1.5HP motor?
I have a 15 year old UST 1152 (motor model C48L2N134C1), should i replace this with the New UST1152 or upgrade to the ST1152.
I would go with the direct replacement UST1152 and replace the pump seals as well.
I am replacing an AO Smith motor #K48M2N110. What motor should I use and what else do I need to buy? Thanks
Yes, the ST1152 is the correct replacement motor, if you have the pump model I can help with the shaft seal as well.
Will this replace my motor? Currently running a AO K63CXEYPY - 4766, 1HP, SF1.4 attached to a Hayward SP3010EEA2 (Z?). I would like to upgrade the HP to 1.5.
Hello, The motor that matches this unit is an Energy Efficient A.O. Smith Round Flange 1 HP Full Rate Motor - CT1102, if you switch to a ST1152 you will have to change out your impeller and diffuser. I highly recommend changing out your seals with Tune Up Kit Hayward Super II - GOKIT2.
Hi INYO. I need to replace my pool pump motor. It is attached to a Hayward pump SP3015X20AZ (Super 2 pump?) driving a pool and spa. The current motor is a CENTURY UST1202 Total HP=2.20 Model K48M2N110C2. HP=2 FR 56J SF 1.1. I see on your website that you sell the UST1202, ST1212, and the ST1152. Which motor do you recommend and what are the differences? Thanks.
Good morning Mike, You are looking for A.O. Smith 2 H.P Round Flange Up Rate Replacement Motor - UST1202 The seal kit you will need is Tune Up Kit Hayward Super II - GOKIT2 Unless you have a salt pool then you would need a gokit2salt.
hi, mine is a c48l2n134c1 pool pump, will this one work?
The direct replacement for that motor model number is the UST1152. You could replace it with the ST1152 but you might have to upgrade the impeller as well. For the motor replacement you will also need to replace the shaft seal as well. I can help you with that, just need to know the model of your pump.
Hi: Our pump model# sp2610x15. I don't remember the original gold motor's spec. other than it was 1.5hp. the current motor is a USTt1152. Question: can I replace it with a ST1152?
The SP2610x15 has a total HP rating of 1.5HP. The replacement motor is the UST1152 in use with a Tune-Up Kit. If you opt to replacing it with the A.O. Smith Round Flange 1 1/2 HP Full Rate Motor (C1101, ST1152) it is advised to change the impeller and the diffuser, to those that are recommended for the 1.5 Full Rate Motor ST1152. By increasing the size of the equipment you are increasing the the gallons per minute output from the pump. You will need to verify the design flow rate that your filter and plumbing is set for, before making your decision. If you only replace the motor using the ST1152 with the existing impeller and diffuser, you are only spending more money with no results.
We have a Hayward RS1500 pump with an AO Smith model # K48m2n110 1.5 hp motor. Our pool pump is moving water but putting off a burning smell. shuts down in the middle of a cycle. No impeller blockage. Assuming I need to replace my pump with your st1152, how does the motor separate from the impeller? They seem to be fused together with no obvious external screws. Also which tune up kit? Thanks!
That would be the correct replacement motor and the part numbers for the seals you will need for SPX1600Z2 and 5110-12A. As far as getting the impeller off, you will have to take the end cap off the back of the motor and hold the shaft with a channel lock so the shaft does not turn while you are trying to twist the impeller off.
are pumps ST1152 and UCT1152 interchangeable? Both look to be replacements for C48L2N134B1 Hayward super pump motors
It's gong to depend on if you have the UST1152 or the ST1152, the total horsepower is going to be the difference from 1.5HP to 2.25HP. So the UCT1152 will be good if you currently have to UST1152, unless you don't mind moving down in horsepower.
I have two different pumps. 1st pump I have is a AO Smith model # C48L2N134B1. this is the pool pump we had when we bought the house. This locked up and we bought a Hayward 1 1/2 horse but the model number we cant see. There is a number at the bottom which is SP1610Z1M. I would like the replacement motor only. Our pool is in ground and 40 x 20. Thank you
Hello, A.O. Smith Round Flange 1 1/2 HP Full Rate Motor (C1101, ST1152) part number ST1152 is what you would want to replace the SP1610Z1M. When you click the link you will see your part number under Alternate Part number's.
This motor is listed as a replacement for my Leslie's Hydromax II pump. Can I replace this with the dual-speed A.O. Smith B977t? Also, which Go Kit do I need with this pump. Thanks.
What housing and seal plate do I need for this ST1152 motor?
Hi Aaron, In order to match the correct parts, we would need to identify the pump that your motor attaches to. Please provide the make and model of your pump in order to better assist you. Thanks for your question.
Here is the model number for my pump motor, k48m2n111a2 . The unit is leaking can you advise me as to the seals that I should replace? Thank you
Hi Frank, We will need to know the model number of the pump housing in order to locate the seals. If you do not have the pump model you can send use photos of the housing for identification.
I have a Jandy HHP 1.5 pump and I need to replace the motor on that. What are my choices? Also, is there a decibel rating on these motors? Thanx.
Hi, The ST1152 or B129 can be used as a suitable replacement for the Jandy HHP15 pump. We do not have a decibel rating on these motor.
How old is this pump?
Hello, This motor is a brand new motor.
Does the motor come with everything you need to install it including gaskets?
The motor does not come with any parts, gaskets, o-rings, or seals. You will need to identify what pump manufacturer and model you have to determine which seals and o-rings correspond.
What is the correct start capacitor for the AO Smith ST 1152 pump motor? The capacitor that failed is rated at 124-149 MFD and 165 VAC. Thanks.
The correct capacitor replacement for the ST1152 is the BC-124.
I have a Hayward RS1500 pool pump that the motor (K48m2n110) is going out on. I am unsure if this is the Hayward Super II motor but believe it is. It looks as though the replacement motor is the ST1152. I am looking for the go kit that I would need when replacing this motor.
Hi, The A.O. Smith Round Flange 1 1/2 HP Full Rate Motor (C1101, ST1152) would be the correct motor for the Hayward RS1500 Pump, The Hayward Super II Tune Up Kit (GOKIT2) is the correct gokit can can also be used on the Hayward RS1500 Pump.
I need to replace a pool pump for a SP1610Z1M Hayward.the impeller is totally locked up but I do not want to buy a whole new pump house. What are your recommendations? Thanks.
Pump is on a timer. The motor will try to start, but only hum and either eventually automatically shut off (and then retry to start until it throws a breaker), if I re-set breaker, it will then at some point actually work until it is time for it to shut down. If you touch the pump motor while it is running it is VERY HOT!!!......should I just be getting a new motor?
Yes based on what you are explaining I would suggest replacing your entire motor, especially since the motor is running so hot as this may have caused other damage to parts within the motor.
I run my pump year round about 8-12 hours per day using the 1.5 HP full rate motor....should the pump motor be lasting more than a year or 2?
The pump motors should last more than a year or two. Make sure you replace the seals when you replace the motor. Check out our guide on "How to Extend the Life of Your Swimming Pool Motor".
How warm/hot to the touch should the motor feel after it has been running for a few hours...? The average outside air temp while the motor is running is 85 degrees F.
Rick, generally motors have a rating on them It will say AMB. It could, for example, say 50 Degress C, which means it will operate at 122 degrees F ABOVE the ambient temperature. Easily a motor can feel 200 degrees.
My pump makes a loud high pitched screaming noise when running. The pump moves the water well but the noise is very loud. Would replacing the seals eliminate my noise problem?
I'm trying to replace the motor on my pool pump but all these numbers and abbreviations on the motor label are really confusing me. What do they mean?
Replacing a pool pump motor is not as difficult as it seems. You can try looking here. If you need help figuring out what the information on your label means. If you are still having difficulty figuring it out you can call us at our toll free number or you can send us a photo of your motor label here.
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.
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