Hand Knob Kit - SPX1600PN

$16.99

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Part # 5110-62

By Hayward Pool Products

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Part # 5110-62

Manufacturer Code SPX1600PN

Alternate Part #'s SPX1600PN

Product Description

Hand knob kit for the following Hayward pumps: Max-Flo (since 1993), Super Pump, Sumper Pump VS and Super II.  Holds the strainer cover in place.  Includes knob and swivel nut.

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?     Asked on 5/23/2016 by Bob Kaltz

Concerning the Hayward swivel nut, I always have to replace them. Just about every year they either snap in half or get stripped. When I buy new ones I have to get the handle with it. Don't they sell the nut alone, and do they have any brands that make the nut in metal? I see another type listed by you that is metal, will it fit and work on my Hayward DE filter?
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A  Answered on 5/29/2016 by InyoPools Product Specialist Alex V.

Bob, Unfortunately, they do not sell the nut by itself. The older style was a brass piece but Hayward changed the material to plactic several years ago.
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?     Asked on 2/24/2016 by Lonzey

doeshard-knob kit comes with one or two knobs
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A  Answered on 2/24/2016 by InyoPools Product Specialist Andy O.

Hello Lonzey, The 5110-62 Hand Knob Kit (spx1600pn) includes just one knob and one swivel nut.
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?     Asked on 4/11/2015 by

under what circumstances would part # 5110-62 become faulty? i suspect this part is faulty as it is not tightening and the water is escaping?
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A  Answered on 4/13/2015 by InyoPools Product Specialist Hector F.

Likely if the threads are bad from the start and or the knob itself is molded wrong. In the end such a part would need to be deemed defective by the manufacturer though.
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?     Asked on 9/9/2014 by Guest

I'm thinking of purchasing this replacement part but wanted to know how to remove the old, stripped plastic swivel nut from the pump? Does it just pop out with a little prying? Thanks so much.
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A  Answered on 9/9/2014 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

You are correct in your assumption that is should just pop out. When they are new, they slide out real easy. As the pump gets older, they do get a little more set in place. A simple tap on the side with a screwdriver should pop it out.
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