Part # SQ1072
Dimensions 12.5" L x 6.5" W x 6.5" D
Alternate Part #'s 1103655402, 12196, 15815, 165903, 168452, 182825, 1K052, 2K405, 5KC38SN6085AX, 5KC38SN6085X, 6K398, 7-168452-04, 7-168452-84, 7703, 8-165903-20, 8-165903-21, 8-168452-04, 8-168452-20, 82196, 93630, A100CH2, A100DH, A100DHL, A100DL2, B362, B623, B847, B881, C1170, C1305, C48B02B67, C48B49C09, C48C38A03, C48K2B12, C48K2B16, C48K2E100, C48K2E11, C48K2E11A2, C48K2E12, C48K2EA100, C48K2EA11, C48K2EA11A1, C48K2EA11A3, C48K2EA12, C48K2EB101, C48K2EB102A1, C48K2EB102A2, C48K2EB11, C48K2EB11A3, C48K2EB11P2, C48K2EB12, C48K2EC11, C48K2EC11A4, C48K2EC11B1, C48K2EC11C3, C48K2EC15, C48K2ED11, C48K2EM104, C48K2P100, C48K2P102, C48K2PA104A2, C48K2PA105, C48K2PA105A6, C48K2PA105C3, C48K2PA105C4, C48K2PM100, C48K2PN100, C48K2PU101, C55CXKLM-5002, C55CXKLM5002, C56K2B21, EB847, ESQ1072, EZ148, M56630, MTR265, S88-380, SQ1072, SQD75FL1, V15815
Voltage 115/230, Max Amps 115 Volts = 14.8 Max Amps 230 Volts = 7.4 , Single Speed, Square Flange, RPM = 3450, Threaded Shaft, Frame = 48Y Used on the following models: Sta-Rite Max-E-Glas, Max-E-Glas II, Dura-Glas, Dura-Glas II, Dyna-Glas, Dyna-Max Pentair Whisperflow, Pinnacle and Anthony AR2 Series.
I replaced my SQ1072 motor about 2 years ago. Now it is making a loud noise and I noticed the pump (PE 5D-1241) is leaking into the motor and on the ground. I plan on replacing the motor again but what can I do about the pump? Is there a rebuild kit for it thats not too complicated to do. I remember buying seals last time but didnt use most because I didnt know where they went. Is there a video for this? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Hi Jane, If your pump is pre-1998 then you will require the Go-Kit-6 StaRite Pump Tune Up Kit and if your pump is from 1998 or newer then you will need the StaRite Go-Kit-54 Tune Up Kit. If you are unsure of the date of your pump then you can watch this Video on How to determine if your Sta Rite Pump is before or After 1998 which should help.
I have a starite Dura glass /Max e glass pump . what shaft seal do i need to use?
Is SQ1072 energy efficient motor? How does it differ from QC1072 motor and what are the benefits of using one versus another? Both will fit my pump. Thank you.
The SQ1072 is not an energy efficient motor and the QC1072 is. It draws less amperage hence giving you slightly less of an electrical expense.
Hi I am looking to replace the motor on my Sta-rite pump. Would this motor work? If not which one would I need?
Pump model #: P2ra5d-
Matt, Based on the pump model, the replacement motor would be the USQ1072. I would also recommend replacing the shaft seal when you replace the motor. We have a parts list for your pool pump here. There are 2 different shaft seals depending on the age of your pump.
I need to replace our Booster Pump Motor, the mod is C48K2PA105C4 (A O Smith), is there any instruction to show step by step to do this replacement?
Will the SQ1072 replace a A.O. Smith C48D62A04 on a Hayward 6060 Booster pump? 48Y, 3/4 HP full rated, 1.67sf
Hello Mark- Yes you can use the A.O. Smith 3/4 HP Square Flange Full Rate Motor SQ1072. I also recommend purchasing the shaft seal when replacing the motor which is a HAYWARD SHAFT SEAL (OEM) - SPX2700SA.
I have this pump on a filter for an inground pool. It is old, 15 years or so. It seems to lose power after a short time. Can I upgrade to the 1hp? also will just a new motor give me the power back that I am looking for?
Hi Scott, You can upgrade to a larger HP but you will also need to replace your impeller with a 1 HP impeller and this should give you more flow. One other point to consider is that you want to make sure that your filter can handle the increased output of the pump. There should be a label on your filter shows the maximum flow rating the filter can handle.
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.
(5 out of 5 stars) Excellent Pump Moter Replacement
Reviewed By: PoJo from Clarence, NY ()
Pros: Awesome fit - excellent replacement
Tip to get the impeller off the old pump moter: use a 7/16" open ended wrench - it slides in near the capacitor on the electrical side... rotate the impeller until the wrench slides into place at the end of the shaft and then one person holds the motor and the wrench while a 2nd person loosens the impeller off with bare hands by turning the impeller counter clock-wise.
(5 out of 5 stars) Happy
Reviewed By: Cindy ()
Pros: new product easy to do instructions clear
Cons: just a little heavy
Easy DIY project not to mention I saved a great deal of money..I plan to order more products .....When I had a question it was answered very quick...I'm so glad i did my homework ....Happy
(5 out of 5 stars) excellent replacement
Reviewed By: Neil G. from NY ()
My pump motor died and I needed to get a new one ASAP. I went to my local pool store expecting to pay a little more for the convenience of getting it right away. Memorial Day was a few days away and I wanted to have the pool ready for swimming. I was shocked at the price they wanted to charge me for a motor. I decided to do a little research online and was happy to find this motor at a great price. I called for advice and to confirm it was a direct replacement for my defective motor. Customer service was excellent and I ordered the motor. It was an excellent fit.
(5 out of 5 stars) Excellant Motor
Reviewed By: Allen B. from Indianapolis, IN ()
I actually ordered the wrong model number and had to return it. With the exception of the excessive 15% restocking fee on top of the $5.00 handling charge that I already paid and that I did not receive a credit for longer than 10 days after the product was received. The motor was fine.