By Carvin



Model # 94028909

Product Description

PureLine Prime Pump

Patented air-cooled heat sink allows pump to run dry without damage to shaft seal. UNCONDITIONAL TWO-YEAR WARRANTY AGAINST SEAL FAILURE.

Diffuser/casefit plus "pry" tabs allow for simple assembly or disassembly

Ring-Lok™ strainerallows "tool free" access to the strainer basket.

Internal ribsin large strainer basket assure flow even when filled with leaves and debris.

High efficiency impeller/diffuserfor increased performance and priming capability.

Self priminghydraulic design provides suction lift up to 10' (3 m) above water level.

Floating eyeseal between the closed impeller and diffuser maximizes pump efficiency for best flow and pressure.

56 Frame mount square-flange dual-voltage motorsare standard on all units.

2" (51 mm) FNPT plumbing connections.

One piece casemolded from glass-reinforced,corrosion-resistant thermoplastic with two convenient drain plugs for winterizing.

Maximum water temperature 104 °F (40 °C).

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Product Specifications

1 1/2 HP
115/230 V
Port Size:
2 in.
Service Factor:

?     Asked on 5/18/2015by Inyo Visitor

Is this pump self priming

A  Answered on 5/18/2015 by InyoPools Product Specialist Andy O.

Richard-  The Jacuzzi Cygnet 1-1/2 HP Pump 94028909 is  a self-priming model.

?     Asked on 6/3/2015by glenn emory

does this unit come with a three prone plug ready to plug into a 110volt plug? thanks glenn

A  Answered on 6/3/2015 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

Hi Gleen, No the Jacuzzi Cygnet does not come with a 3 prong plug. We do carry the 3 prong plug separately which can be easily added to this pump.

?     Asked on 4/1/2017by David Parker

I have the Cygnet II with a 1hp motor. The motor seems to be going out because I have to kick it with my boot or hit it with a hammer to get it going. You don't seem to sell this exact replacement. Can I go up to the 1.5hp motor without much trouble? Second, My current product is from 2005 so I am thinking I should replace the whole unit since it sits out in the elements. Would you recommend replacing the complete unit or just the motor?

A  Answered on 4/5/2017 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi, David. You can go to a 1.5 HP pump if your filter can handle the water flow. I would recommend replacing the entire pump because you'll have to replace the motor, impeller, and seals wich would be more than half the amount of the 1.5HP pump.


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