Model #29650 Craftsman pump

  • Shallow Well Set And Check Valve Assemblies
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  • Motor Assembly
    3 Results
  • Check Valve And Venturi
    3 Results
  • Lower Flange
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Question and Answers

Q:

More water from craftman pump

A:

Thank you for your question.

I apologize that you have not received the information you need to correct you water well issue.

Since you have replaced the old pump with a new one and you still have the same results tells me you have a problem with the mechanics of the delivery pipes.

Have you check to see if your foot valve at the bottom of the well is opening freely to open wide enough to get a good water volume through.

It sounds like it is restricting the water to about 5 gallons per minute.

I going to assume that you have adjusted the water volume control on the pump housing to make sure it’s at maximum output.

With out the model number of the pump I cannot verify that you have the correct venturi nozzle or venturi for the motor pump housing.

I have included a screen shot of the nozzle and jet packs that came up with the 29650 number.

I hope this was of some help. Please reply with the model number of your pump if you need more assistance.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
June 15, 2011
A:

Thank you for the update. This being a shallow well pump system the jet package is on the front of the pump housing with the check valve in front of the venturi. Some well systems have a check valve at the bottom of the pipe in the well. If you did not install it you would have to pull the pipe to know it you have a check (foot) valve at the bottom of the pipe in the well. Did you notice that there is a volume control on the pump housing and looks like a large nut with a slotted screw in the center? The venturi has to match the pump and I think that you have the correct ventri is the parts list for the pump and jet pack match. Let met know any more information that is would be helpful. Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
June 20, 2011
A:

Thank you for the update. Turn the screw counter clockwise to make the water flow port larger. It is not a large difference that you can tell, but it will increase the volume of water to a point. Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
June 21, 2011
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