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"Wayne Auto Utility Pump - 1 1/4in. Discharge, 3000 GPH, Model# EEAUP250"

Item# 22655
"This Wayne Auto Utility Pump bottom suction pump utilizes iSwitch sensing technology to turn pump on when the water level reaches 1 1/4in. and pumps the water down to a 3/8in. level. Use to drain flooded basements, boats, sinks, stock tanks, flat roofs, window wells and more. Dimensions L x W x H in. 7 x 7 x 12, Discharge Port in. 1 1/4, Volute Thermoplastic, Thermal Overload Protection Yes, Amps 2.5, Volts 115, Impeller Shaft 1/4 in. steel, Max. Total Head ft. 18, HP 1/4, Self-Priming Yes, Power Cord ft. 7, Flow GPH 3,000, Pump Housing Thermoplastic. Powered by an energy efficient, oil-free motor. Corrosion-resistant housing 1 1/4in. discharge opening with 3/4in. garden hose adapter"
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Questions & Answers for "Wayne Auto Utility Pump - 1 1/4in. Discharge, 3000 GPH, Model# EEAUP250"

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In one question below you said the pump turns off at about 3/8 inch depth, what depth does it turn on?

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The Wayne Auto Utility Pump switches on when the water level reaches 1 1/4 inch.
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Can I leave this pump outside year round? Temps below freezing? I live in NJ

asked 1 year, 2 months ago
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This pump should not be left outdoors year round especially in below freezing conditions. Water expands when it freezes which would damage the pump.
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Does this pump have an auto shut off? Also, what depth will it pump down too (example: 1/4 inch).

If it runs dry for a few minutes would the pump burn out.
asked 1 year, 3 months ago
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 - Seabrook, Texas
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iSwitch Sensing Technology turns the pump on and off automatically with the presence of water. It will turn off when the water level reaches 3/8 of an inch.
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Is there a strainer or something to keep "junk" from getting into the pump?

I will be using this in a basement during heavy rains and it will be pumping very dirty water.
asked 1 year, 5 months ago
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This Wayne pump has a bottom suction with built in strainer to keep larger debris from entering pump.to protect the impeller. What passes through strainer will not damage pump.
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Is the pump suited to handle 2 hrs of use daily?

Wayne Auto Utility Pump - 1 1/4in. Discharge, 3000 GPH, Model# EEAUP250
Answer to other question "This pump is not designed for use in a "water feature" application or left on for continual constant duty"

Is a couple of hours a day considered "continual".

Wondering if couple of pumps could be used in an endless pool application. I.e. creating current for swimming against (minimal head (less then 2 ft), minimal piping/resistance)

Is pump is all or nothing (full volume output when on)?

Noise? Loud or relatively quiet (any Decibel ratings) when not completely submerged?
asked 1 year, 7 months ago
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This pump would not be able to use two hours a day. You can use a pool pump that is available at Northern Tool. That would be item number 31625 or 109459 (See below).
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
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Can this be used continuously?

To be used in a water feature
asked 1 year, 7 months ago
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This pump is not designed for use in a "water feature" application or left on for continual constant duty.
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Can Wayne Utility pump be left plugged in for use in an emergency ?

Can the Wayne Auto Utility Pump be used as a standby pump, plugged in and ready to operate in the event of a flooded area ?
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This Wayne Auto Utility Pump is not designed to be left unattended for long periods of time.
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What is maximum pumping height on this product?

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The maximum total head is 18'. Total head equals the distance from the suction to the discharge.
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Can this pump be completely submerged?

asked 3 years, 8 months ago
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Yes. Corrosion-Resistant, Sealed Thermoplastic Construction For Submersible Use.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
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re: wayne pump #EEAUP250

IS THE PUMP SUBMERSIBLE ?
asked 3 years, 9 months ago
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 - long island , new york
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Yes, the Wayne Auto Utility Pump is submersible.
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