Part # 5211X
Warranty 1 Year
Manufacturer Code B228SE
Dimensions 13" L x 6.5" W x 6.5" D
Alternate Part #'s 10-184981-21, 1104355420, 12014, 1607Z-1-MC, 168098, 177019, 177170, 177981, 184981, 193631, 54023, 5KC39PN2822X, 5U141, 7-184981-23, 7-193631-24, 8-184981-40, 818498123, 90118589, A0564200, B228SE, C1318, CT110U, EB228, EUST1102, JD10UP1, P722, SP-1607-Z1-MC, UST1102, V54023
MOTOR 56J THRD UP 1 HP (B228SE)
Note: NOT California Title 20 Compliant.
California Title 20 Compliant Options:
This looks like same pump. What seals do I need?
Hi, T DiCarlo. This is the correct replacement motor. However, the seals are specific to the pump housing.
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Is this the replacement for attached photo?
Hi, can you tell me if this is a direct replacement for the attached motor? Thanks.
Hi Patrick, Yes this will be a direct replacement motor the motor in your photo, so this motor will get you back up and running. We also have this Video on How to Replace a Pool Motor which you may find helpful when you tackle this project.
I have a B228S ( I can't tell if there was another letter after the S on the label) motor with a U56J frame. Is there a difference in a 56J frame and a U56J frame?
Hi, Wayne. Yes, it appears that the "E" is missing from your model. There is no difference between a 56J and U56J frame.
Two years ago we had our pool motor (B228SE) replaced. During the beginning of May of this year we turned on the filter system to get the pool ready for summer. At the Beginning of June the motor started to make a lot of noise but it still ran. Our neighbors complained about the nose so we had it replaced again. The first motor lasted about 7 years. The resent replacement lasted two seasons of 6 months each. How long should your motors last?
These motors are original A.O. Smith/Century motors and average a life expectancy of approximately 3-7 years. There may be other variables that contribute to a motor failing prematurely. You may want to have a technician inspect the system to see if there are other factors involved.
I bought a B228SE motor last year and this after trying to oprn my pool the motor runs for about 10 minutes and shuts off. Motor appears to over heat.
It is possible that the impeller that you are using with the motor is rated for a higher horse power one. This would be a heavier design and can be straining the motor. Please confirm the part number on the impeller is the one needed to be used with that motor.
Hi ...I bought 5211X from you last year and it was fine, but it will not start this year. It turns freely by hand ... I replaced hot wires coming from switch .... it is getting power (used voltage detector to confirm) .... no hum or anything ... I switched the capacitor from an old pump with same results ... nothing helps ... any ideas I could try? ....... Thanks ... Jay
Hi, Jay. Based on your description of what you have done, it sounds like the motor is dead.
I need to replace the motor on a SPECK pool pump 433-II . Motor is AO Smith B228SE. Type CX. Frame U56J. 1 HP. 3450 RPM. 230 / 115 volts. Part on motor says 7 184981 23. Will this motor work as a replacement and fit correctly?
Hi, Terry. Yes, this is the correct replacement motor fo the Speck 433-II pool pump.
I have a a.o, smith part number 0-184981-23 pool motor. will this motor work and what seals do I need.
Yes, this motor is a compatible replacement. To find the correct seals we need to know the model number of your pump housing. Please advise.
I have an older Hayward pump. Don't see any numbers on it , but looks similar to
Hayward SP2610X15 . What seal kit would I need to use with this motor replacement?
If using this product, and needing to replace the seals. What seal kit do I need to get for the product.
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) Great replacement motor
Reviewed By: William P. from on line ()
Pros: reliable, good price, durable, easy install.
Cons: I know of no Cons.
replaced the motor myself and it has been operating flawlessly for 2 years so far and shows no signs of problems in the future. Fair price and quick delivery. :)
(5 out of 5 stars) Motor for Pool Pump
Reviewed By: Billy B. from Lily, KY ()
Pros: Quiet, Easy to Install.
Cons: Paper instructions could be a little more detailed but lots of videos available for the install.
I purchased a new motor for my pool pump this year. The old motor was still working but it was so loud it was very annoying. I purchased the 56j, 1 Hp, (b228se). It certainly solved the problem. The motor is quiet and runs great. As recommended by the company, I also replaced the seal and boy was it ready for a replacement.
(5 out of 5 stars) Swimming Pool Pump
Reviewed By: Felicia C. from Gray, TN ()
This was the first time I ordered from inyopools and I was very impressed by the ease of ordering, the quality of the product and the quickness of the shipping. Thank you for making this purchase hassle free!!!!