Part # B625
Alternate Part #'s 0-173840-23, 10-173840-23, 142777, 173289, 173840, 176830, 2-173840-23, 5KC46KN2408X, 7-173840-13, 7-173840-23, 7-173840-32, 7-173840-53, 7-173848-23, 8-142777-21, 8-173840-20, 8-173840-23, C1502, EB625, PL1072
Uprated 3/4 HP motor; 3450 rpm, 208-230/115; 8.5-7.8/15.6 full load amps; 1.5 service factor; 56CZ frame
Will this o-173840-23 interchange with a Jandi Part 7-193633-24 pool pump
Unfortunately no. One motor is not as strong and designed for a booster pump.
I too have this exact same problem: pump motor will run for a few seconds then it will cut off. If I don't cut power it will try to start up again in a minute but it will only power up for a few seconds then cuts off again. The pump is a Century A O Smith Part # 0-173840-23.... but I doubt it is wired wrong as it has been working for many years. If I order this motor does it include instructions on how to put it in the casing. I have never done this before. Thanks
Kurt, The motor does not come with instructions but this guide may help.
pump motor will run for a few seconds then it will cut off. If I don't cut power it will try to start up again in a minute but it will only power up for a few seconds then cuts off again. The pump is a Century A O Smith Part # 0-173840-23. Any suggestions
Hello, It sounds like the motor is wired for the incorrect voltage. Please note that this is a dual voltage motor (230/115v). It comes factory preset at 230v.
I have a pump with part# 7-173840-23. Is this the correct replacement pump? Do I need an install kit?
Bill, Based on your part number, this would be the correct replacement motor. In order to determine what seals you need, we will need to know the pump model number.
I HAVE A MAGNETEK M CENTURY ELECTRIC BOOSTER PUMP CAT#B625 FRAME L56C HP 3/4 230/115 VOLTS THERMALLY PROTECTED KA WHAT MOTOR CAN I REPLACE IT WITH AS LONG AS IT IS NOT A LOUD MOTOR ?
Hello, this is replacement motor here.
I have this pump motor AO Smith B625 serial number 35010CH. It seems to be leaking water between the pump and the Volute. The motor is working fine but the polaris seems to be slow. Can you tell me what the part number for a Volute to fit this motor is as I can read the number on the paper attached to it.
Good afternoon Terry, You need a shaft seal part# 5250-106 . I would also recommend changing the housing o-ring on the valute PART # 3262-17. If you need help doing this. You can reference are how to guide How To Change The Shaft Seal On A Polaris PB4-60 Booster Pump. If you need any other help. Feel free to ask. Happy Thanksgiving.
I have a 1081 pool pump 0-173840-23 and it is shutting on and off while running. Is there a sensor that we can replace. We think it is overheating and shutting off then going back on when it cools down. We would like to order parts.
Hello William, this motor B625 is the one to replace your current motor, if you need replacement parts please look here to your GOKIT or any other parts you may want for your booster pump.
Does this pump come with a warranty?
The replacement motor comes with a one year warranty.
What is part no. Of the proper impeller to fit mod. No. B625
What's the model of your booster pump, I can't find it by your motor?
Do you have terminal board/switch for century motor part #0-173840-23, 3/4 HP?
Hi Paul, The Motor Switch (15768150) is the correct terminal board/switch for the 0-173840-23 motor.
Does this motor have two capacitors? (Start and run). Or just one?
Hi, This motor only has one capacitor which is a start.
Good morning I need to replace a polaris motor 7-173848-23 what is the correct replacement ? Thanks
Hi Tony, This motor is the correct replacement motor for the Polaris Booster Pump p/n 7-173848-23.
I have booster pump with Cat B625 for Polaris 280. What is correct replacement motor?
The replacement motor for the B625, is this B625 motor.
need a end cap for motor pb-4-60
The metal terminal cover for the B625 is part number SCN-515.
Is this the correct motor to replace a Polaris PB 4-60 booster pump for my Polaris cleaner. These numbers are on the sku as well. Rb 061308446. Also, do You suggest anything else i.e. Orin's, etc? Thank you!
Hello David - B625 is the correct replacement motor for the Polaris PB4-60. GOKIT71 would be the recommended seal kit.
Can you provide motor bearing stock numbers or sizes for replacement bearings on an AO Smith Polaris Pool Sweep motor. The Century catalog number is B625. Serial# is 26407CH, 3/4 hp, 3450 rpms, type CS, 230/115v, SF-1.5 ...thanks
You can replace the bearings of your Polaris booster pump motor. You will need (2)A.O. Smith 203 Bearing (6203RS). We have How To Replace the Bearings in a Pool Pump Motor - Part I, How To Replace the Bearings in a Pool Pump Motor - Part II to assist you in replacing the bearings in your motor.
need the impellere to go with this motor
Hello Harry the impeller needed will be (p15) PART#3262-03 attached is also the Polaris Booster Pump Parts
I have a polaris pump ao smith part o-173840-23. It recentlt started a high pitch scream. Bearings ?? Something that can be easily replaced? thanks
Hi William, You can replace the bearings of your Polaris booster pump motor. You will need (2) A.O. Smith 203 Bearing (6203RS). We have How To Replace the Bearings in a Pool Pump Motor - Part I, How To Replace the Bearings in a Pool Pump Motor - Part II to assist you in replacing the bearings in your 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.
(5 out of 5 stars) Easy replacement with the identical same motor.
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INYO gave free delivery for the booster pump. The booster pump arrived before the anticipated delivery date. The pump is the identical pump which I was replacing. This made for an easy replacement. I would recommend INYO to my friends and family. I will definitely use INYO Pools in the future.
(5 out of 5 stars) Excellent replacement
Reviewed By: Jerry D. from Clearlake, CA ()
Pros: well made, good instructions
Cons: none so far
The motor looks well made. The instructions were easy to follow. The pump is quiet. Inyopool staff were awesome. They helped me make sure that I had the correct motor replacement. Their customer service is great.
(5 out of 5 stars) Great Pool Pump Parts
Reviewed By: Virginia N. from Dallas, Tx ()
Pros: Saved over $100 versus the local pool supply store
Product was exactly as advertised, shipped and delivered quickly, online instructions made the installation very easy. Everything works like a charm and you can hardly hear the new motor running. Works great now. Saved over $100 compared to the local pool supply store.