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Johnson Pump Cartridge Bilge Pumps
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Johnson Cartridge Bilge Pump
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Johnson Pump Cartridge Bilge Pumps Customer Questions and Answers

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AC or DC? Hoses needed. What accessories included?

Asked on 08/20/2013 by Tom Muntsinger

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Marine hose size 3/4 inch. It is a DC system.

Answered on 08/21/2013 by Kevin V
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My 500 Gph Pump Runs But Dues Not PumpWater ?

Asked on 06/21/2013 by Greg witzleb

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Need to make sure that the impellers turning and not just the shirt off for the motor

Answered on 06/21/2013 by RENE COHN
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how do you remove the cartridge?

Asked on 03/24/2013 by gary minick

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To remove or replace power cartridge. 1.Lift tab and rotate the two fins in a counter clockwise direction and lift out. 2.To reinstall, first make sure that the seal is properly located. Coat the seal with a light film of vegetable oil or mineral oil, then align the two cams on either side of the power cartridge with the two slots in the outer housing. Press down and twist in a clockwise rotation. To ensure that the power cartridge is properly located, twist tins in a counter clock-wise direction without lifting tab. Cartridge should stay in place.

Answered on 03/26/2013 by Kevin V
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Does "cartridge pump" mean it has a replaceable cartridge filter or just the design concept with nothing replacable? I am looking for a 12v bilge pump to clean the bottom of fish ponds, so needs to be heavy duty and reliable.

Asked on 08/02/2012 by Undisclosed

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Both, it refers to the "cartridge" style of the pump, and it's also designed to directly swap out new motors to the existing set-up by twisting the top plastic wing-nut grip to unlock, and then you can easily slid-in a new motor, This is a good pump but the "RUL-02" features a stainless steel shaft for greater durability, and the "RUL-04" gold series is a commercial grade with a built-in triple strainer system and stainless steel parts as well, I would choose one of these, thank you.

Answered on 08/02/2012 by Nathan Fournier
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