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Model # UT03301

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1/3 HP Automatic Submersible Pump

$128.00 /each
  • Corrossion resistant reinforced thermoplastic construction
  • Submersible pump for water removal
  • Energy efficient PSC motor

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Product Overview

The Everbilt 1/3 HP submersible automatic utility pump is ideal for removing unwanted water from the window wells, or other shallow flooded areas. The probe sensors detect water present and automatically turn on the pump when the water level is up to 1-1/4 in. or above. It draws the water down to 1/4 in. and automatically turns pump off. The maximum pumping capacity is up to 1920 GPH (Gal. per hour) at 0 ft. lift.

  • Corrosion-resistant engineered resin construction for long life
  • Automatic microprocessor controlled submersible utility pump for indoor and outdoor application
  • Innovative electronic detectors sense water present perfect for any shallow flooded area application, start-up at 1-1/4 in., and suction to 1/4 in.
  • 1 in. NPT discharge with garden hose adapter included

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Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum Pumping Height (ft.) 
30 
Product Depth (in.) 
5.75 
Product Height (in.) 
11.5 
Product Width (in.) 

Details

Adjustable Speed 
No 
Amperage (amps) 
Cord Length (ft.) 
10 
Corrosion Resistant 
Yes 
Discharge Flow @ 0 ft. (gallons/hour) 
1920 
Discharge Flow @ 10 ft. (gallons/hour) 
1620 
Float Switch 
No 
Hardware Included 
No 
Head Pressure (ft.) 
30 
Horsepower (hp) 
0.33 hp 
Housing Material 
Thermoplastic 
Inlet Connection 
Plain end 
Maximum Discharge Flow (gallons/hour) 
1920 
Maximum Working Temperature (F) 
77 
Minimum working temperature (F) 
35 
Outlet Connection 
Threaded male 
Pool Cover Pump 
No 
Power Type Required 
AC 
Product Weight (lb.) 
9.1 lb 
Pump Switch Type 
Switchless 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Run-Dry Capable 
No 
Self-Priming 
Yes 
Submersible 
Yes 
Voltage (volts) 
115 
Waterfall Pump 
No 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
CSA Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
2 years 

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Do you plug the pump into power before you fully submerge it or after ?

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Using it to assist in draining my hot tub :)
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May 1, 2016
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Make sure the pump is stable and ready to go before plugging it in so as to avoid possible shock. if it does not kick on shake the floater switch.
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June 27, 2015
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I plugged in first. I used a short discharge hose and when I plugged the pump in the force of the water being pumped out caused the hose to jump around. Once I connected to the longer length of hose it was no problem.
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June 8, 2015
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Short answer is 'yes'. The unit has an anti-airlock valve on the pump-to-garden hose adapter that makes sure that the pump starts properly either way. This valve will squirt out water when first starting (but if it's submerged you probably won't know) and when the water drains down.
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It doesn't really matter since it has a sensor that kicks it on when submerged and turns off when no water is detected. We use ours for our pool cover and it works great.
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check valve

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July 11, 2014
i need a check valve for this pump
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If you use garden hose adaptor that comes with the pump it has a flap type check valve.
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No, it comes with one
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August 15, 2014
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There is a garden hose conversion attachment provided with the pump (it screws onto the pump outlet), that includes a built-in check valve flap.
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The pump I received came with a one piece flap check valve/hose reducer. I suspect this is a new part that was added to the pump recently. The manual only showed the old hose reducer that you got. I'd contact Everbilt, the manufacturer, about getting the new part.
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can an extension cord be used... if so, what type of extension cord is preferable

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Use an extension/utility cord that has a higher amp rating than the pump. (If the pump is rated at 10 Amps, use a cord rated over and above 10 amps.) With any type of pump, and to minimize electrical shock, always use a grounded (three prong) extension cord.
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The instructions say not to use extension cords.
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February 20, 2015
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If used in a submersed setting where ANY chance of water could come near the junction where power and water mix, THERE IS RISK OF SERIOUS INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE, FIRE, OR LOSS of LIFE. water and electricity don't mix. That being said please follow the safety instructions provided in the manual. Using a standard 3 prong grounded orange extension cord available at HD is not recommended because of the risk Read More
If used in a submersed setting where ANY chance of water could come near the junction where power and water mix, THERE IS RISK OF SERIOUS INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE, FIRE, OR LOSS of LIFE. water and electricity don't mix. That being said please follow the safety instructions provided in the manual. Using a standard 3 prong grounded orange extension cord available at HD is not recommended because of the risk involved. Read Less
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Will this pump fit into a 4 inch pipe or do you have one that will?

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If you are asking if the pump itself will fit inside of a 4" pipe, the answer is no. It will not.
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this unit has a 1" coming out of the pump, and a garden hose adapter that attaches to it. You'll have to come up with an adapter for the 4". BTW, if you need a 4" pipe for drainage this pump may be too small for your needs.
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February 21, 2015
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It fits a 1'' hoes, which is included.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 40 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Secondary Pump We have added this pump as the secondary pump for the water which comes out only at the heavy rain. It is plugged in all the time, but activates only at the heavy rain. April 14, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Do not buy this, it stopped just after 3 months, now can not return to store. Installed this as a basement sump pump in Feb, now here in Jun we got a lot of rain and my wet alarm went off in the basement. Pump not working. Very Frustrating. Would not recommend. June 25, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by We had to return for another one only after 3wks...it stopped working The pump works great when its working, it started making a screeching noise and then would not work. We had to take it back to home depo and returned it for another one only after owning it for 3wks. May 3, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Terrible pump for pond maintanence bought the pump to clean out a man made pond this spring. If the water is clear, it works as advertised. The second it gets to the dregs/dirty water it cannot handle it. I constantly had to clean it out with clean water to get it going again. April 1, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Pump...if it is not defective Pump works very well, assuming you get a working pump. I had a flooded cellar/basement area and the pump died after an hour. After a quick exchange at the store, the pump has worked as advertised and is keeping the water to a minimum. The pump has a 2 year warranty. Also, Home Depot will return within 90 days at the store. However, the Home Depot associate noticed that these pumps just die after about six months of use. My local Home Depot said they would most likely take it back for up to six months after purchase, which is enough time to at least get me through the Winter wet season. So, great pump, but keep your receipt in case it dies. November 17, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Absolutely terrible! I just wasted $130 by buying this pump from Home Depot. I used it three days and it died. There are no instructions as to troubleshooting. (Except telling me to check fuses and/or circuit breaker.) Haven't torn it apart yet, and I don't know that I will, since it doesn't seem to be trustworthy even when new. I have gone back to my homemade pump and will probably stick with it. I just wanted to try a "good" automatic pump which I could leave unattended and depend on it to keep my basement from completely flooding. A lesson has been learned, a very expensive lesson. November 9, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Storm savior The recent storm we had mad life miserable when the dining room flooded two days before Christmas. This Pump not only saved our Christmas it saved our home as it pumped all of the water from the foundation and dining at an incredible speed. Thank you Everbilt. December 26, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Pumps a steady but not forceful stream for showers or cleaning up . Out of the Box, the pump comes with a garden hose attachment and an instruction manual. Safety warnings on two pages of the manual need to be read. I've had my first shower in a year by putting this pump at the bottom of a water barrel, attaching a garden hose to the pump, and plugging it in. Safety warnings suggest you secure the pump. I'm not having any problems just placing it at the bottom of the barrel. The ten foot cord length is important. I needed a cord to come out of the barrel to extend to an electrical outlet with a ground fault. The safety instructions warn against using an extension cord. I had another pump I could not use for this purpose because of a short cord. After that, I was aggressive about finding the cord length, even checking specs on the box in the store. The specifications for this pump online show that it is a ten foot hose. The boxed pump product in the store does not show the hose length. When shopping I like to see what I need to know out front. 1/3 HP delivers a steady, but not forceful, stream of water to the tub, pictured. After adding a shower column to the hose, it slowed down. Either way, this pump provides enough power for both showering and cleaning up. This utility pump was submersible and effortless to set up to a shower system, plug and pump. A warning at one inch of water that it's about to stop pumping would be nice! I'm not recommending this because it was the first shower I've had in a year, but because it will also be easy to use to drain my yard if we get hit with a tropical storm. July 25, 2014
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