Part # 5020-087
Manufacturer Code R0479400
Alternate Part #'s PS-3890, PS-4280, PS3890, PS4280, PSR-3890, PSR3890, R0479400, 35-295-1160, JNDR0479400
Shaft Seal 5/8" R0479400
Jandy Stealth SHPF & SHPM Series Pump Note:
Also fits Zodiac Jandy ePump variable speed pump models JEP
Hello - is this the correct Shaft Seal for Jandy PlusHP Model PHPM1.5-2 Serial: U14FC1590. thanks
Hello Elia. The Jandy Pool Pump Mechanical Shaft Seal - R0479400 is the correct shaft seal for the Jandy PlusHP PHPM 1.5-2 with Serial Number U14FC1590. Attached please find the Jandy PlusHP PHPM Series Pump (2006-Current) exploded parts diagram for reference.
I just purchased a replacement motor, wondering if this is the correct shaft seal for that motor century 1.5hp square flange 56Y. Purchased on your site
I need a seal for a Jandy Pro Series Stealth, Serial# U12 E(or F)K 0462. Can you please advise what part number I need?
Hello Darren. Attached please find the Jandy Stealth SHPF & SHPM Series Pump (2008-Current) exploded parts diagram for reference. The Jandy Pump Shaft Seal 5/8" - R0479400 is compatible with the Jandy Serial Number beginning with the letter U.
Correct pump seals and shaft o-ring for a Jandy PB4-60 serial number PB080916336? Motor shaft is 5/8 of an inch.
Hello Alan. Attached please find a brief tutorial on the topic of Polaris (Jandy) Booster Pump Model identification. How To Determine the Date Range of a Polaris PB4-60 Booster Pump Identifying the model year will cross-reference to the correct shaft seal.
I need the seal for my Jandy Stealth pump. There appear to be two options but my serial number doesn't seem to match either the old style or new style. I'm looking for the ring seal (part no. 5 on the exploded view) M
My model no is SHPM1.0
Serial No. R10FL0702
Appreciate any help
Hello Gene. The correct shaft seal for your Jandy Stealth SHPM model R10FL0702 is R0479400. The "10" in your serial number references the manufacture year 2010. The new style shaft seal was utilized on the Jandy Stealth SHPM model beginning the manufacture year 2008.
need to know the seals or gaskets needed for zodiac model#SHPF 1.5-2 serial number U1 (?)2FA0064 the letter after the U could be a l or i or 1
Hello Diana. If this repair involves replacing the motor, the motor shaft seal, seal plate gasket, and diffuser O-ring should be replaced at the same time. Attached please find information specific to these parts. Jandy Pump Shaft Seal 5/8" - R0479400 Backplate O-Ring, Generic - R0446300 9-1/2" ID, 3/16" Cross Section O-521 Diffuser O-ring - R0622000
Have Jandy Stealth model SHPF3.0, SERIAL P08FG0264, LOOKING FOR THE RIGHT SHAFT SEAL. MOTOR WAS 3 HP PART #B844
Can you tell me what bearings and seals I will need for this motor?
Hi Glen, the bearings for this motor part number is 193995 is 5270-31 and there are two potential shaft seals for your Jandy SHPF series pool pump but is based on the serial number. You can view both seals and the serial numbers that work with them on key number 5 on this parts diagram.
I am changing the bearings in my electric pool motor I need new bearings and a mechanical seal. could you please tell me which ones you have that will work on my motor?
which shaft seal do i need for Jandy Stealth SHPF3.0 serial RO8FK1324?
Hi Karl, this is the correct shaft seal for the Jandy Stealth SHPF series pool pump with your serial number.
I have Jandy PHPM1.5 pump with searial # R10F11362, will this shaft seal fit to my pump? Motor is Century AO Smith 0-193986-24, what is the correct replacement motor? Thanks.
I need to know what pump shaft seal I require for a Century model B2859 pool pump. Picture of pump label attached. Is that all that's required for removing and replacing the existing defective pump? Thank you.
For us to suggest the proper seal kit could you send a photo of a wide shot of your complete pool pump to show the pipes going in and out of the pump? To supply this photo simply click the reply link below and upload your photo. Once we get this photo we can make the proper recommendation for the seal kit.
I have a Jandy PHPM2.0 pump with an AO Smith motor that no longer works. I was able to source a replacement Century B2859 motor / 56Y chassis / square flange for this, I need to know which shaft seal I should use when re-installing.
Thanks in advance!
Hi Rich, Could you please supply use the serial # from the pump this should be on the label which says the model # of PHPM2. This information is needed to let you know the proper shaft seal.
As most have asked, looking for the right pump shaft seal Stealth 2.0 model SHPN2.0-2 serial number R09FH1117
Hi Brian, this is the correct shaft seal for the Jandy Stealth SHPM series pool pump with a serial number beginning with a letter after the letter "P".
I need a replacement for this. Thanks
Hi, Peter. Please provide the make and model of the pump housing that this seal is for so that we can confirm the replacement. You can review our How To Find The Correct Pool Pump Shaft Seal For Your Pool Blog if you do not have the pump housing model.
I have a Jandy Stealth SHPM 2.5-2 motor. is this the correct part? Serial Number U14FL0172.. it seems that it's supposed to be but i want to be sure.
Hi does the Jandy Stealth Model SHPF2.0. with Serial number U13FL0472 require new style 5/8" shaft seal?
Thanks to your help, I have the right motor replacement for my pool pump, but I want to make sure I also get the correct shaft seal as well. Is this the correct shaft seal for Jandy FloPro Model #FHPM1.0? Thanks!
What is the proper pump shaft seal for Century Centurion B2583?
Hi. We will need to know the model of the pump housing in order to identify the pump shaft seal. You can use our How To Find The Correct Pool Pump Shaft Seal For Your Pool guide.
I have a Jandy Stealth 2.5hp Model SHPM2.5 Serial # K07FB2754 is this the correct shaft seal R0479400 or do I need the old style?
What shaft sea for a Jandy Model #PHPM2.0; serial # R09FH0357? Thanks!
This will be the proper seal you will need,http://www.inyopools.com/Products/07501352058887.htm
Replacing the motor, looking for the correct shaft seal - Jandy Stealth SHPM1.5 S/N R08FK1117. Thx
Which bearings and shaft seal for serial number 306093 M or part 7 - 193987-24
I have a PlusHP pump model: PHPF 1.0
serial number K07fb0396
I am replacing the motor part: 7 - 193986 24 with a B854 motor.
Is this the correct Shaft Seal?
Less than 1 hr
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket Set, Wrench Set, Adjustable Wrench
1. Turn off the breaker and power. Disassemble the pump and motor in one unit. It makes it easier to mate the two components on end instead of trying to reinstall the motor parallel to the ground.
2. Look at the way and orientation of the old seal.
3. Take a photo of the old seal for reference.
4. Install the new seal being careful not to damage the new one or it will leak.
5. The seal will compress when you screw in the blade. You need to have pliers on the end of the blade shaft to tighten the blade. Make sure the blade turns freely after you install the motor to the pump. Do this by turning the shaft at the end of the motor. If it binds or rubs tighten the blade down a bit more.
Less than 1 hr
Tools are required to replace the pump motor, but not specifically to change the seals
As recommended by Inyo, I purchased the new Jandy shaft seals in conjunction with purchasing a replacement motor for my loud, 10-year old motor. I was pleasantly surprised that there's nothing special or difficult in replacing the shaft seals - they are pretty simple parts. By watching the Inyo video instructions on how to replace shaft seals, while my Jandy pump has a slightly different impeller and shaft design than the one in the video (Hayward), it was still relatively easy to replace my shaft seals (especially after taking note of how they were configured on the old motor prior to removing the old seals).
Less than 1 hr
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket Set, Wrench Set, Adjustable Wrench, phillips
1. Disconnect main power
2. Take picture of the wiring to the motor
3. disconnect wiring
4. Pull wiring out of motor
5. Disconnect both lines to the pump
6. Unscrewed bolts to the cover to the impeller
7. Took cap off the back of motor to expose end of shaft
8. put cresent onto shaft and hand turned impeller in opposite directon and took it off
9. pulled seal out of impeller
10. Unscrewed bolts from motor to flange and base
11. Pulled seal out of flange
12. Cleaned everything up--steel wool to the shaft and silicone spray to the seal seats and lube to my gasket
13 put everything back together------------check for leaks----------back in business
1 to 2 hrs
Screwdriver, Nut Drivers, Pliers, Socket Set, Wrench Set, Adjustable Wrench
During the process of installing a new motor for my pump, I used this new shaft seal to ensure the new motor was correctly sealed. With the new motor out, I easily and carefully hand pressed the shaft seal onto the shaft and into the pump housing. The installation of this part was part of a larger repair. Ensure you do not touch, damage, or alter the ceramic and graphite surfaces of the new seal. These surfaces mating correctly are what seals the water out.
1 to 2 hrs
Screwdriver, Socket Set, Adjustable Wrench
Reviewed the Inyo online repair guide to troubleshoot the problem and remove the motor. Took my time and had the motor off the pump housing in less than 1 hour. Good general directions and had no problems. The 5-year-old motor was shot and I installed a new motor and bearing assembly. Again no issues - 45 minutes to complete the job. Had to be careful with the alignment of plastic couplings when reassembling to avoid damage to couplings. Average homeowner skill level required.
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