Part # 5224X
Warranty 1 Year
Manufacturer Code B130
Alternate Part #'s 0-159988-06, 10-159988-04, 110285, 1104385407, 13300, 135529, 141971, 142816, 150238, 15027, 152562, 152568, 152620, 158134, 158374, 159814, 159988, 1620Z-1-B4C, 1620Z-1-BC, 164279, 164567, 164585, 165114, 165387, 168096, 177021, 177022, 177027, 177033, 177148, 182908, 184003, 184951, 193634, 1D206, 1K049, 35B1190, 5KCR49UN2090X, 7-159988-06, 7-193634-06, 8-142816-02, 8-159988-03, 8-159988-04, 8-159988-06, 815998806, 9-159988-06, 90118597, A0564500, B711, C1102, CT120C, EB130, MGT605101, P710, S88-177, SP-1620-Z1-B4C, SP-1620-Z1-BC
AMP DRAW: 10.5 AMPS AT 230 VOLTS. ..... DEMINSIONS LENGTH: 10" SHAFT LENGTH: 2 1/2" DIAMETER: 6 1/2" MOUNTING HOLES:(4) 5 7/8" CENTER TO CENTER ..... CAPACITOR RUN CAPACITOR, 25MF 370VOLTS *CURRENT MODEL* MOUNTING ON TOP OF MOTOR (OPT# 5270-08) SHIPPING WEIGHT: 31.50 LBS MAGNETEK THREADED SHAFT, 56J FRAME CATALOG # B130 PART# 8-159988-06 ..... HORSEPOWER LABEL HORSEPOWER: 2.0 SERVICE FACTOR: 1.2 EFFECTIVE HORSEPOWER: 2.4 ..... ELECTRICAL VOLTAGE: 230 VOLTS SINGLE PHASE
Note: NOT California Title 20 Compliant.
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Hello! I am needing to replace my Century Motor (159988-06), and basically everything that attaches to it (Impeller, mounting plate, gaskets, etc), but I"m having trouble finding a comprehensive list of the parts that I need to purchase. Can you help? Attached is a pic of my Hayward pump housing (SP4015X20NS), and the motor that I took out. I drew the arrow to show that I basically need everything forward from that arrow. Please help, it's driving me nuts trying to figure this out.
Do the this replacement motor have a computer board? I was advised against getting a Century replacement due to them having a faulty circuit board. Also other parts would you recommend me getting?
I just purchased my home and the pools pumps for the sheer decent is not working. Will this replacement pump work? Do I need to buy anything other than the pump?
I’m looking to replace this motor attached Hayward pump SP-3020X25. What kind of seal do I need? Will this require any other parts?
I plan on purchasing the same Centurion motor which has a Serial# 13413CH and part #159988-06, Horse Power 2.0, Frame X56J, SF 10.5, CAT is B130. I think this picture on your website is the one, but it has a Serial# 26413CH. Is this the same as mine? My flange is round, it has a 'hump' and it says 'Switchless Motor' on the top. I'd sure appreciate any information before I purchase it from your company. Thanks! Laura
Laura, yes, your part number 159988-06 came back as a direct match for the Century Motors A.O. Smith 2 HP Round Flange 56J Full Rate EE Motor - B130. The A.O. Smith 2 HP Round Flange 56J Full Rate EE Motor - B130, would be the correct replacement. The serial numbers are unique to the individual motors and vary on every motor, as long as the rest of the specifications match than you have found your replacement.
I have this motor installed on what I believe is a Hayward SP4000L. The motor's bearings are going bad and I'm preparing to replace them so I'll at least need a shaft seal... Do you have a seal kit available for this pump? Thanks!
Hi Marc, Thanks for the photo! You have a Hayward Northstar Pump and if your pump is from prior to 2003 then you will require this Hayward Northstar Shaft Seal Prior to 2003 and if your pump is from after 2003 then you will require this Hayward Northstar Shaft Seal After 2003. We also have the following Hayward Northstar Parts Schematics which you may find helpful for any other parts. Hayward Northstar Parts Schematic 1998 - 2007 and Hayward Northstar Parts Schematic After 2007
i am hoping to replace a 2hp motor attached to my jandy 2.0 stealth pump, approximately 15 years old. the old century centurion a.o. smith part # is 7-193634-06 pump spec photo attached. please advise if this will fit my application. thank you, mark
My 8-159988-06 is really noisy but runs. Unknown model Hayward pump. What bearings and seal kit would I need? Thank you!
Hi. I installed my Century Centurion model B130 up to my Jandy JPH2.0CP two years ago and it ran flawlessly until today. Now, it’s hot, and repeatedly cycles in its attempt to start; and has a loud hum when doing so. Do you think it’s the motor or could it possibly be the capacitor?
Which seal do I need for the 5bj (B130) motor to attach to a Hayward pump?
The seals and gaskets depend on the model name or number of the front pump housing that the motor is bolted to. You can provide us that information so we can check for you or if it is not legible then you can always email us an image of that pump housing to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can review it and advise.
I am replacing the bearings on motor Century Centurion (A.O.Smith) 7-193634-06 which is connected to a Jandy JHP 2.0 stealth pump. Which seal kit do I need?
I bought this motor for my jandyjhp2.0, I'm wondering if you can tell me which shaft seal and whichhousing seal to get, my serial number is105fk1599 and I don't have a salt gerator or chlorine generator
I just purchased 5224X (B130) - Motor 56j Thrd Full 2hp (b130), could you please let me know the seal kit I need. Thank you!
The seal kit will be dependant on the model of the front pump housing that the motor bolts to. Please call in with that model name or number so we can cross reference that for you. If that information is not legible then you can email photos of that housing to email@example.com.
I have one of these that just blew and I am wondering if I could replace it by a lower HP motor such as the B228SE since it is only feeding my waterfall through a dedicated CJ250 filter (125gpm). I only use it 5 minutes a day to cycle the water a bit so that algae does not settle and on occasion 2-4 hrs straight. Thanks.
I will need to know what the distance from your pump to the waterfall is in feet so I can calculate the flow rate to be able to confirm if you can decrease the horsepower on your pump.
this pump can work my pool pump all part r same cat B130 serial 298103M TYPE- CX FR-X56J HP- 2 SF 1.20 PH1 HZ-60 RPM 3450 VOLTS 230 AMPS SF 10.5
I am buying the B-130 pump. Is there any seal kit or another part I need to purchase with the motor?
Hello Karl, to find your seal kit you need to send a picture of your wet end (where your basket is located) to us to determine what model you have. You can email photos to firstname.lastname@example.org
I have a 7-193634-06 that I want to replace. You list the B130 here as a replacement for mine, however mine has an SF of 10.5 and you list 1.2 for B130. Will it still work?
If your part number on your motor is as you provided being the 7-193634-06 then this is the correct replacement motor. It looks the 10.5 number that you are referring to is actually the amps rating on the motor.
I have this motor, it just hums. I removed it and shaft spins freely. Could it be the capacitor ? And if so where can I get one.
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.
1 to 2 hrs
Screwdriver, Nut Drivers, Pliers, Socket Set, Adjustable Wrench
Shut off power to pump motor, loosened connections to filter & suction, removed wiring to motor & external ground, slid pump out, removed impeller housing, removed impeller from motor, removed motor from remaining housing, replaced seals & gaskets, installed impeller housing to motor, installed impeller, attached motor & housings to strainer body with new gasket, replaced wiring & external ground, replaced connections to filter & suction, turned power on & bingo, every thing worked. Note: all gaskets & o-rings were treated with the sealant. Flow to pool is much higher & pump runs with little noise!!!!!
1 to 2 hrs
Screwdriver, Nut Drivers, Pliers, Socket Set, Wrench Set
Inyo Pools had the best price I could find on line for the B130 pump motor. Purchased motor and seal kit and it was at my door in 3 days. Easy replacement, just label wires or take a pic for reference. You're going to lose some water when you pull motor out so don't forget to prime the pump before you turn it on. I'm not a pool repairman, just an average diy guy with a few tools. Took me an hour and a half (lunch break included) to do the job. Was going to cost me 850.00 minimum to have a pool guy do it. Did it myself for 300.00 and change. If I can do this, anyone can. Thanks Inyo Pools!!! P.S. Great diy video!
(5 out of 5 stars) Great Buy
Reviewed By: Jack E. from DFW TX ()
Pros: Quick, easy, direct replacement.
There were so many variables and options for replacing my pump motor and I wanted the correct one. I was able to cross reference and get the exact replacement and it arrived in 24 he to me door. Had it back up and running in no time.
(5 out of 5 stars) Pool motor 2Hp
Reviewed By: Mark G. from Henderson, NV ()
Pros: works great
When my motor failed INYO was able to direct me to the correct replacement. Not only that they provided me with step by step directions for the replacement. Great service and timely delivery.
(5 out of 5 stars) Pump Motor replaced - no hassel plus savings
Reviewed By: Sharon O. from Houston,TX ()
Pros: Best prices ever and quick delivery
Cons: No cons
When my pump motor went out I called a Pool Company that informed me when they got to my house that they would not repair my motor and only installed "Whisper Flow" and quoted a new system. I then called Leslie's Pool Supplies who wanted to sell me a whole new system for another substantial investment. I then went to INYO Pools and chatted with a rep giving him the motor specs which was in stock and quickly delivered. I had a handy man install and in the process saved several hundred dollars. I am a big FAN of INYO pools!
(5 out of 5 stars) Pool Motor
Reviewed By: tonyC428 from Baytown,Texas ()
Pros: Not as Hard as it seems
Cons: Contractor wants the buissness
When pool motor failed I looked into having a contractor install this but the labor cost was high. INYO had a video on the how to install a motor and the were right on the mark. If you replace in kind and have a little mechanical sense it it easy