Part # 5250-100
Manufacturer Code PSR-100
Dimensions 0.815" X 1.2"
Alternate Part #'s 004547, 04547, 07-1733, 30224, AS100, P-28280, P28280, PS-100, PS100, U109-093, U109-6A, U109-93SS, VG-100, VG100, 35-423-1000, APCAS100, PSR100, USSPS100
Pump Shaft Seal 5/8" - PSR-100
2-part motor shaft seal used on the following pumps:
To protect against leakage, replace the shaft seal when changing out the pump motor.
Frequently Bought with Shaft Seal
will this seal setup fit my Century 1, 1/10 HP , Pool motor (Mfr #: B2982) with its Seal Plate Kit C203-193P ? Ed
Hello Eddie. Yes, this is the correct shaft seal for the Seal Plate Kit C203-193P. Please note that the C203-193P Seal Plate Kit contains a shaft seal, seal plate, and seal plate o-ring.
Will part # 5250-100 work with a CHII 1 hp pump and a VGreen variable speed pump?
Does this deal fit Sara-rite P2RA5E-181L pump?
Hello, yes this shaft seal is compatible with the Sta-Rite Dura-Glass/ Max E Glass pool pump manufactured prior to 1998. One way to tell if it was, is if the seal plate has the copper or steel insert in it where the shaft seal sits. If there is no metal insert there then you can use the shaft seal part number 5250-104.
I don't know if my dura-glas is pre or post 98. The pump model tag was painted over. It has an A.O. Smith C48J2PA105C1 motor. Do I need this pump seal or the new style?
I would just use the new style seal and then remove the copper cone insert that would be in the seal plate if it is an old generation model. That would allow the new style seal to fit properly.
I am looking for a shaft seal that fits a Doughboy Powerline pool pump, model # 0-3047-200. Do you carry this or do you know where I can find one? Thank you!
Hi, Ray. This Pump Seal 100 - PSR100 will not fit the Doughboy Powerline pool pump. We do not carry a pump seal that will fit. You may need to contact DOUGHBOY @ 866-DOUGHBOY.
I have an AO Smith Century Centurian 1 1/2 hp pump B128. Which shaft seal do I need?
Hi, Lina. You will need to provide us with the model # of the pump housing in order to locate the correct pump seal.
Less than 1 hr
Step 1 Go to local pool store and get told the motor is bad and you might as well replace the pump as well... That will only be about $600.
Step 2 Check out Inyopools.com and enter in the relevant data. I found all the parts I needed and dropped them in the shopping cart... but wait, do I need this other gizmo???
Step 3 Chat with Inyopools.com. They looked at my shopping cart and ensured I had the right parts for my pump and I was now 100% confident.
Step 4 Parts arrive and I am ready to get to work.... but this pump seal, what side faces which way.
Step 5 Watch Inyopools.com videos on how to install a pump seal.
Step 6 Called Inyopools.com and the guy checked the part and the motor and we scoured over the exploded diagram and he explained to me how to install the pump seal.
Step 7 Installed pump seal and motor and plumbed everything back in. No leaks, no issues, no problem!
(5 out of 5 stars) much needed
Reviewed By: Neil G. from NY ()
Pros: good fit
I ordered a new pump motor and called for advice. The tech recommended I also purchase this pump seal. The price was right and the fit was excellent. I love that my pool is up and running again.