By Maytronics



Part # 3295-219

Manufacturer Code 5020011

Alternate Part #'s 5020011, 87-111-1174, DL5020011, MAY5020011

Product Description

Amphenol Socket For Power Supply - 5020011


?     Asked on 2/1/2012by Guest

I need a part for my Dolphin pool cleaner but I don't see it on the parts breakdown. Is there still a chance you may still have it?

A  Answered on 2/1/2012 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

The manufacturer which is Maytronics, does not offer all parts for sale. If you don't see a part on the breakdown you can give us a call. For parts that they do not consider "DIY (do it yourself), you will need to contact them and send in the cleaner for repair.

?     Asked on 6/11/2017by jerry

its there a pin out diagram to help me wire the connector which wire gords to pin 1 2 3 4

A  Answered on 8/5/2017 by InyoPools Product Specialist Alex V.

Jerry, Unfortunately, we do not have a print out. I would recommend taking a picture of how the plug is wired before removing them. 

?     Asked on 6/6/2019by Janet Nugent

is this the replacement part for a Dolphin Deluxe 4?

A  Answered on 6/6/2019 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi, Janet. This Janet Amphenol Socket - 5020011 will fit the power supply used with the Dolphin Deluxe 4. 


Est. Repair Time

Less than 1 hr

Tools Needed

Screwdriver, WD-40, and you could use a very small Allen key.

Had to rewire DOLPHIN 5020011 Amphenol Socket for Power Supply

Written on 6/5/2022 by Guest

Socket was disconnected. Couldn't find any wiring diagram for how to re-connect. I saw another thread on the INYOPools site that suggests taking a picture of the wires before installing. Well, mine was disconnected, so a little late for that. I did web search for 'fix plug on dolphin pool cleaner and checked out a few youtube videos. This proved semi-useful:

But after viewing the video, my 'problem' was that my Dolphin only had two wires, a white and black (no red). I think my model is around 10 years old. So I took a chance and rewired the white wire to the #2 pin, and the black to the #3 pin. It worked. Now, the other problem I had before I started the wiring, was that I did not have an Allen key small enough to fit the set screw, and on top of that, the set screw was rusted and wouldn’t turn. So first I sprayed it with WD-40. Let it sit for about 5 minutes. I was able to turn it by using a very small blade flat head screwdriver.

Be careful not to take the set screw out too far! I did my work over a white spackle bucket, so if the set screw fell out, it would fall into the bucket.

Hope this helps someone!

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