Part # 5062-17
Manufacturer Code 10146207R
Dimensions 2-1/2" O.D. (Larger Side); 2-5/16" O.D. (Smaller Side)
Alternate Part #'s 10146207, 351051080, 605201, 755307
INYO # 5062-17 The Jacuzzi # 10-1462-07-R Eye Seal is used on many common Jacuzzi brand pumps including the Magnum, Cygnet, Splash Pak and many more. This is a round, double stepped eye seal that fits over the inlet of the pump impeller. Inside diameter is the same all the way through; outside diameter is larger at the front of the seal and then steps down. The larger end faces away from the impeller when installed. Made of a flexible rubber-like plastic material in beige.
Is the eye seal required on a J pump? I just watched a video from THE SPA GUY and when he assembled a J pump he did not install one.
IF one is required, what direction should it go in and how far should it go in toward the impeller.
Hi Ray, the larger side of the Eye Seal, 1/2-3hp Uprated (10146207r000) faces away from the impeller and towards the diffuser.
Will this seal fit a inno-tech s7j and F569000? Is the eye seal suposto seat tightly against the impeler inlet shaft, becouse both of my pumps have at least 1/16 of an inch of space on all sides between the impeler inlet and eye seal, also culd this be the reson the jets barly put out any presure?
Hi, Brian. This Eye Seal will fit the S7J and F569000 Pumps. The Eye Seal should fit snug onto the impeller, a loose fit eye seal will not cause low water flow. You may want to check your filter to make sure it's cleaned.
can I run my magnum 1500 pool pump without a diffuser floating eye seal ? waiting for a replacement seal from pool company
Hi Perry, No, you cannot run the pump without the eye seal. If you do you will damage the impeller and or the motor.
Which direction is the correct installed direction for this seal? Is the larger diameter "end" suppose to face the diffuser or the impeller?
Hi Dennis, The larger end faces away from the impeller.
(5 out of 5 stars) Replace your seals!
Reviewed By: John M. from Rosemount, MN ()
I am a penny pincher, I could not find a better price than right here at inyopools.com This was also the best website for getting detailed information to make sure I got the right part. I am very happy I replaced the seals while I had the motor apart. I didn't realize how badly work my old seals were until I had new ones to compare with. I also replaced the impeller which I think really helped circulation. I had more water pressure with a new, lower HP motor, than with the old higher HP motor probably partly due to the new impeller.