Part # 5051-30
Manufacturer Code U178-920P
Dimensions 1" L x 1" W x 1" D
Alternate Part #'s 351021095, U178-920P, U178920P, U78-920P, U78920P
ITEM# 5051-30 IS LISTED IN 2007 INYO SPA CATALOG PAGE I44 AS A REPLACEMENT PLUG FOR THE DJ SERIES SPA PUMP. IT IS CORRECT FOR THE CURRENT VOLUTE MFG# 17400-0105 NOW BEING MANUFACTURED. IF CUSTOMER HAS THE VOLUTE MFG# 17400-0005 THAT WAS MANUFACTURED WITH THE OLD COARSE THREAD PLUG, IT REQUIRES A INYO PART NUMBER 5051-40, MANUFACTURER# U178-940P. THE 5051-30 WILL NOT WORK FOR THE ORIGINAL VOLUTE THAT HAS THE COARSE THREAD.
Will (Drain Plug w/ O-ring - U178-920P) fit a Watkins Mfg pump model: 1431501-03, Thank you.
Received 2 of the u78-920p pentair drain plugs but bags didn’t contain o-rings do you have a part number for the o-ring. Thanks
Will this fit a Pentair SF-N1-1A/ 340038 pump? Are the o-rings included? Is shipping free? How long to ship to SC?
We have a Marquis Spa with a Sta-Rite Dura-Jet HP-120 pump Fla 12.0 3.7A HP9 3.0 60. I need to find the correct drain plug. Our local spa dealer sold me a plug but it did not fit. Seems to big or the threads are not right. Can you help?
Hi Ralph,Yes sir, that would be the correct drain plug for that pump.
I need a drain plug for a Dimension One spas Starite pump model no. DJAAYGB-9113. I am not sure about the threads..fine or coarse.
Hello, Jane. Drain Plug w/ O-ring (U178-920P) is the only plug available click here to view. The U178-940P Drain Plug (Coarse Thread) is no longer available and is replaced with the Front Plate, Volute (17400-0105). Click here for a copy of the Sta-Rite Dura-Jet Spa Pump Owner's Manual DJAAYGB-9113 and other models.
I need a drain plug for a StaRite P2R spa pump, 1988 model. Can you please help. Thanks
Less than 1 hr
I was having trouble with good circulation when cleaning the pool. When I switched from backwash there was hardly any pressure. I had noticed some water on the floor of the pump house in the past but I never knew where it was coming from. This time I saw it dripping from the plug and I noticed it was loose.
It came out when I tried to tighten it. I thought it was the o-ring and purchased one at a local hardware store, but then I realized the threads on the plug were stripped. I made a temporary repair with plumbers tape to keep the plug in.
This is an old Sta-Rite pump and I found this part on the website when I googled for it.
$11.00 and a few days fixed my problem.