Part # SQ1152
Warranty 1 Year
Dimensions 14" L x 8.5" W x 6.5" D
Alternate Part #'s 10-168345-25, 10-168787-07, 14728, 16360, 165889, 168345, 168787, 182827, 186902, 19142, 1K054, 2K407, 5KCR48UN2493X, 6K494, 7-168345-25, 7-168787-07, 7-168787-87, 7707, 8-168345-25, 8-168787-01, 8-168787-02, 8-168787-06, 8-168787-07, 89142, 93650, A100EH2, A100FH, A100FHL, A100FL2, A400FH, AE100EHL2, AE100FH, AE100FHL, AE100FLL2, B2842, B364, B747, B842, B849, B865, B875, C1172, C1307, C48A23A24, C48C24C09, C48M2EC11, C48M2EC11A3, C48M2EC15, C48M2PU102, C48M2PU103, C56M2B10, C56M2B6, C56M2E11, C56M2E11A1, C56M2E11A2, C56M2E1UA1, C56M2EA11, C56M2EA11A1, C56M2EA11A2, C56M2EC11, C56M2EC11C2, C56M2P100, C56M2P101, C56M2P104, C56M2P104A1, C56M2S11, C56M2S11A1, C56M2S11A2, C56M2S11A3, C56M2S11C1, C56M2S11C2, C56M2S11C3, C56M2SA11C2, EB842, EB858, evsq1152, EZ150, K48M2P101, K48M2P104A1, K48M2PA104A2, K48M2PA105, K48M2PA105A2, K48M2PA105A6, K48M2PA105C3, K48M2PA105C4, K48M2PM100, K48M2PU100, K56M2P100, K56M2PM100A2, M56650, MTR-266, MTR266, S88-382, SQ1152, SQD15FL1, SQD15FL1E, SQH15FL1E, V14728
Voltage 208-230, Max Amps = 10.4, 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 have a sta-rite pump with a SQ1152 motor. I purchased this motor about 6 years ago from InyoPools. It is now overheatings. It does not seem to be blowing air through the vents. Is there a better version of this motor. I am used to getting at least 10 years from a motor. If there is not a better motor can you provide me with the motor and shaft seal kit part numbers to order?
I have a Pentair WFE-26 pump on which I have successfully replaced the motor with an A.O. Smith Model K48L2PA105A6 (UQC1152, 1.5HP, square flange) in the past. I was happy with A.O. Smith - what 1.5 HP motor and accessories would I need to replace it?
the model # is p6e6f is this the pump and motor. I only need the motor 1.5 hp. What part # do I need to order?
I have a Sta-Rite P6E6F-207L Max-E-Pro pump. I'm looking to replace the motor and want to put in new o-rings and shaft seal. What is the correct motor and seal kit required? It looks like the SQ1152 (not USQ1152) is the correct motor. Is that correct? I can't find the appropriate seal part number
Hi, Kirk. This SQ1152 motor and the Max-E-Pro Tune Up Kit - GOKIT79 are the parts you'll need for the P6E6F-207L pump.
Have a Sta-Rite Max-E-Glas II Mod K48M2PA105 Motor P4E6F-152L Motor casing gets too hot to touch. Motor stops after 2 hours run time , cools down and starts again. Assuming need new motor? Recommendation and what ring kit might i need when replacing?
what seals ,o rings are included. thank you
Hi. The model of the pump housing is required in order to determine which seals are needed.
I have a new K48M2PA104A2 can this be wired to 110v ?
This motor is 230 volt only.
I have a max- e-pro model P6E6D-205L a 3/4hp full rate with a triton TR50 and a 12000gl pool. My clean operating pressure is 10psi I have 70+ feet of head. I'm looking to just replace the motor and not the entire pump housing. Shold I go with a 1 1/2hp full rate AO smith? The current motor hp just doesn't seem to keep the pool clean.
Hi David, I'm thinking the 1.5 HP may be too powerful for your filter. My suggestion would be the SQ1102 1 HP Full Rate Replacement Motor along with the Max E Pro Seal Kit and you will need to replace your 3/4 HP Impeller with this 1 HP Max E Pro Impeller.
Hi I see two different answers for replacement for p6ea6f-206l. Usq1152 and USC 1152. Which one is correct? What's the difference? Thank you
When trying to start the pump the motor just hums. I have been able to get the motor to start twice. This makes me believe that the capacitor is bad. Does this motor have 2 capacitors? I thought the cylinder on top of the motor was it. I also see a small black battery like cylinder on the back of the motor under the cover plate, so I'm not sure.
Hello, The motor went out on my in ground pool, part of the label on the motor is peeled of but the motor says century SQ1152 15 yrs. old, also says 1 H.P. square flange, so why when I put in SQ1152 online it says 1.5 H.P. Pool is 17,000 gallon with a 6 seat under waterfall jump off waterfall. Is the 1 H.P strong enough? Thank You, Pat
Hi Pat, Could you take photo of your motor label as well as a wide shot showing your complete pump, and email us these photos to email@example.com this will allow us to make the proper motor replacement suggestion.
This looks like the replacement for my AO Smith Model K48M2PA105C4. What other parts am I likely to need to replace to have the replacement function the best? The impeller is the big round part attached to the flange end, correct? Is it typical to replace them both at the same time. What indicates whether it's fine or needs to be replaced. Also what is the shaft seal I see mentioned that also needs to be replaced?
Hi, R Bruce. When replacing the motor we typically recommend replacing the pump shaft seal along with the gaskets and or o-rings. You would replace the impeller if it's damaged or worn. In order to locate these parts, we will need the make and model of the pump housing. If you're unable to locate the pump info you can email us photos of the housing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I have a sta-rite Sta-rite P6EA6F-206L pool filter pump with a frozen motor and would like to be sure that this is the correct replacement. Please advise. Thanks!
I have an A.O. Smith (K48M2N110) pump that has gone faulty in my house. Please suggest if you have this pump in stock. Also do I need to order anything else with it in order to successfully complete the install.
Good afternoon, You are looking for a A.O. Smith Round Flange 1 1/2 HP Full Rate Motor (C1101, ST1152) You will also need a shaft seal and some orings. I will need to know what pump this motor is going on to let know which gokit to purchase
i have the Sta-rite Max-e-pro P6E6F-207L 1.5hp and it is excessively noisy. Everything works fine the 6 hours i have it running daily, and wanted to know best way to remedy this without having to replace. If not possible to fix, what motor and parts would I need to repair.
You can either replace the bearings on the motor so if the motor you have is part number SQ1152 the bearings you need to replace are part numbers 5270-31 and 5270-32. If you are not able to complete a repair like that, you will have to replace the motor and shaft seal which is part number 5057-30.
Is this motor as energy efficient as the 2842
Hello Steven, If you are looking for Energy Efficient I would go with the 2842. Your sq1152 is running 10.4 amps instead of the 9.6-8.8 from the 2842.
Is this a two speed motor?
That is a single speed motor. The dual speed equivalent is part number B983.
I have a 7-K56AA23A04-05 motor that is making a grinding noise. I guess I nee to replace it. What motor should I buy and what kits? Is it better to buy the pump /mptor combination?
The SQ1152 would be the replacement motor that you need. As for the seal kit, I will need to know the model of your pump for that. If you are not sure of the model you can attach a picture and I will identify it for you.
My motor is becoming sluggish upon start up. I noticed on the Web the Large capacitor (20Microfard) on the outside of the motor is a run capacitor. Is this correct? If so, what do I need for the start capacitor?
What are the wiring instructions?
The wiring diagram should be on the motor. You may use our How To Wire A Pool Pump as a guide, click here to view.
I opened the back to hold the shaft to install an impeller. Unfortunately a spring fell out. Can I find a picture of how the items in the back, e.g. relay, capacitors are arranged? I do electrical work all the time but not motors
Here is a picture of what the back of the motor should look like. The picture will be looking for is going to be under 'more views' under the motor picture.
What are the bearing replacement part numbers for this pump? Thanks J
The bearings to that motor is part number 5270-31.
I have a 30 year old Anthony Pool Model VA-38, having trouble with the motor pump, question is your SQ1152 the correct replacement?
Are you sure the the VA-38 is the model of your pump and not your filter. If you have an Anthony Centrifugal pump then yes the SQ1152 would be the correct replacement motor, but just making sure that we're talking about the same thing.
Can I just replace the capacitor for this motor? If so, what capacitor does it take?
The Capacitor,you would need is the Run 20-370 (rd-20-370) our PART # 5270-07
I have this motor (k48m2pa105c4) which is working ok but I wanted to replace it with a variable speed model. Is there such a replacement? the motor is a 1.5 HP with a SF of 1.47. Its on a Sta Rite p4e6f-183l pump. If a VS motor is not available, could you suggest a suitable Var. Speed pump? Thanks
Hi Jon, The ECM27SQU VS Motor will replace your current single speed motor. I will also recommend getting the Sta-Rite Max-E-Glas II/DuraGlas II Tune Up Kit (GOKIT38).
I have a Starite Max-E-Glas ll 2 HP motor, Mod. K48N2PA105. Will the 1 1/2 Hp K48MPA105 replacement motor fit ? This motor only runs the water fall and it seems to be overkill with 2HP. I would think a 1 HP would even work if you have one thats compatible. Thank You
Hi Dennis you will need the SQ1202 2HP Motor. if you replace your motor with this 1.5 HP motor then this motor will fail quickly since it will be trying to output 2 HP worth of water because it has a 2 HP impeller. You could go down in size to this motor but you will also need to reduce your impeller size to this 1.5 HP Max-E-Glas II Impeller.
Hi, looking for just the replacement motor for my sta-rite pump P6EA6F-206L. will this motor work? I can seem to find the part number for the motor only
I have a starite pump, cant make out model # looks like HPRA??-148 i have mottor SQ1152. I need tune up kit, leaking where 6 bolts attach to the motor.
Hi Dave, Can you double check your part # it should be a 2PRA, 4PRA or 6PRA. If you have the 2PRA you have the Sta-Rite DuraGlas and you will need the Dura Glas Tune Up Kit. If you have the 4PRA you have the Sta-Rite DuraGlas II and you will need the Dura Glas II Tune Up Kit. If you have the 6PRA you have the Sta-Rite Max-E-Pro and you will need the Max-E-Pro Tune Up Kit.
Good morning, I am looking for a replacement motor for my Centurion motor that died on me. Part number is 7-168345-25. It says it's a 1 HP with 1.65 SF. Frame Y56Y, Type CX Form KJM Code H Encl DP. It goes with a Challenger CF11-N1-1F 1-11-F99 / 34-2234 Self Priming Pump that I"d like to get a seal kit for. Salt water pool.
I have a Stay-Rite Max-E-Pro Pump and I've found the right replacement motor, but I'm not sure about the motor shaft seal. I do have a saltwater pool.
The salt water shaft seal 35-423-1096 is what you would use.
Hi. The motor model # i'm in need of is K48M2PA105 CW with a 1 1/2, will this one work?
Hello Emma, The SQ1152 is the correct replacement motor for the model K48M2PA105 you provided. We will also recommend that you change out the motor shaft seal when you change out the motor. You will need to identify the manufacturer make and model of your pump housing, the front half the motor connects to, in order to determine the correct seal replacement.
Hello, What is the price for O ring & the Shaft ring for this motor A.O. Smith 1 1/2 H.P Square Flange Full Rate Motor (SQ1152)? Send me the part # too. Is this is the replacement motor for Sta Rite Max-E-Glas 11? What is your return policy, in case? Thank you, Sergio.
Hi Sergio, The A.O. Smith 1 1/2 H.P Square Flange Full Rate Motor (SQ1152) can be used with the Sta-Rite Max-E-Glas II Pump. You would also need to confirm if this is the actual motor that is sized to the impeller.You can find the replacement o-rings and shaft seal via the Sta-Rite Dura-Glas II and Max-E-Glas II Parts.
do i need to change the O-Ring and shaft seal if we replace the Pump Motor?
Hi Tony we would definitely suggest replacing the shaft seal and o-rings when replacing your motor. This will ensure you have no leaking after the install.
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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