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'62 4000 PS Pump Filter

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Tom Bond

01-19-2014 14:09:30

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Received my filter that I ordered for my pump. Do you guys know if it's supposed to set on top of that round tray type pan in the sump or is it supposed to fit inside that lip? The one I took out sat on top but it may have been put in wrong too. I know my 861 had a smaller one of mesh type material. This bigger one (about 3 1/8") looks like it will cover about half the hollow nut opening if that matters. Not sure if the early 4000's might of been different than the later ones. The P/N I ordered was EDPN3K758A.

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03-08-2014 20:30:32

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 Re: '62 4000 PS Pump Filter in reply to Tom Bond, 01-19-2014 14:09:30  
First post for me and I hope I am not cutting in but I have a pump just like this one and have gotten the wrong filters twice so far. my filter base is 3 3/16" and the filter have been 3 1/8 with small gaskets around the center hole there is no way these filters will seal on the cut out base as shown here. Also how is the rod and spring going to seal at the top where it is so off centered. I don't have this rod and spring, as NH wants $63 for it so will try to make one. any help will be greatly appreciated

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01-19-2014 19:41:50

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 Re: '62 4000 PS Pump Filter in reply to Tom Bond, 01-19-2014 14:09:30  
All three of mine sit on top and the spring holder goes down in the hole.

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