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Everbilt 1/3 HP Submersible Sump Pump

Everbilt

1/3 HP Submersible Sump Pump

$159.00 /each

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The Everbilt 1/3 HP stainless steel/cast-iron submersible sump pump is ideal for use in rugged applications. The oil-filled, high-efficiency PSC motor is equipped with durable ball bearings and automatic thermal protection. An innovative reed sensor vertical float switch provides performance reliability.

  • Stainless steel motor housing, rugged cast-iron volute and seal plate maximizes pump life
  • Innovative reed sensor vertical float switch provides performance reliability
  • Permanent lubricated ball bearings for quiet performance, free of maintenance
  • Top suction design filters debris and minimizes clogging

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Pressure Relief hole

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Newbury,Mass.
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April 3, 2015
The Installation instructions do not require a relief hole drilled into the discharge pipe before the Backflow valve. Most other Pumps I have used insist on one. Does this pump not need one, or is this missing from the Instructions.
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Lynnwood, WA
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November 3, 2015
Answer: 
Good question, I wondered the same thing. Mine is installed and working OK for >1 month,
without the relief hole per the instructions. Discharge time is ~5 seconds, ~30% shorter
than the previous two 1/3 hp pumps WITH relief holes, in same system.
Maybe this shorter run time will save electricity,? So far, so good.
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Maine
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August 8, 2015
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No hole needed. But you probably knew this months ago.
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West Orange, NJ
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May 26, 2015
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I did not drill a pressure relief hole and the pump works perfectly.
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Columbus , NJ
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April 30, 2015
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Given the quality of the pump the instructions are probably missing that detail
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Saint Albans, WV
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April 7, 2015
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I have been using sump pumps for years and have never done that.
I have read drilling a 1/8" hole on an angle to where the water shoots downward within 6" of the discharge on the pump will prevent a vapor lock.
I have never done it and never had a pump vapor lock either.
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How or where do I register a new pump for my 3 year warranty?

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How or where do I register a new pump for my 3 year warranty?
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Farmington, MI, USA
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October 28, 2016
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I don't know, my manual is not available now.
Did you check the manufactures web page?
Perhaps it has more details. Their web page / address should be in the manual.
Generality they need model & serial numbers, proof of purchase.
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Can I add a separate switch with for longer run time and less frequency?

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Gresham, OR
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October 17, 2016
I would like to bypass the float switch on the pump and use a separate float switch so the pump does not run as often. Right now it runs for 6 sec and depending on how hard it is raining it cycles quite often. I can fix the pump switch in the on position to add a separate float switch.
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Farmington, MI, USA
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Answer: 
You don't need to "bypass" or "fix it on" at all. Just plug the 2nd float in series with the pump's power cord.
The switch with the higher limit will control the activation.
Like this: 120VAC wall outlet - 2nd float switch - sump power cord (within in it is a switch then the motor).
If you use one of the tethered type, make sure it can't get stuck on the wall of the pit or anything else or your
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You don't need to "bypass" or "fix it on" at all. Just plug the 2nd float in series with the pump's power cord.
The switch with the higher limit will control the activation.
Like this: 120VAC wall outlet - 2nd float switch - sump power cord (within in it is a switch then the motor).
If you use one of the tethered type, make sure it can't get stuck on the wall of the pit or anything else or your basement can flood.
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can i buy a replacement on/off float switch?

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Clarence, ny
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Atlanta, Georgia
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August 25, 2016
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Hi Duane!
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Unfortunately, we do not carry replacement parts for this item on homedepot.com. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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1/3 HP Submersible Sump Pump is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 41.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I purchased & installed this pump in late 2015 (Sep/Oct), a replacement for one I bought at HD on... I purchased & installed this pump in late 2015 (Sep/Oct), a replacement for one I bought at HD only 2 years earlier that suffered TWO failed float switches and burned up. The float switch on this pump became unreliable in less than 1 year; and it has now failed completely about a year after purchase. I am sick to death of the extremely poor quality sump pumps that HD sells at a premium price! I have a cheap plastic pump I bought 8 years ago on Ebay that is still going strong in the rear pit. If I'm going to have to replace the front pump once or twice a year, I may as well just buy the cheapest one I can find - but NOT at Home Depot!
Date published: 2016-11-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I spent the extra money for a "better" pump but it failed in 7 months and I do not get a lot of w... I spent the extra money for a "better" pump but it failed in 7 months and I do not get a lot of water in my sump. Of course it was 1:30 in the morning when I heard my watch dog water alarm go off and I went down and the water was over the pipe. While my wife started to bail water and Home Depot was not open I had to go to Meijer and purchase a $200 pump due to the lack of options. Everbilt said I have to call them when I'm home with the sump pump and I may have to remove bottom of the pump and run a test for them before they will authorize a repair or replacement pump. Even with showing them I had to purchase a new pump in the middle of the night they will only repair or replace the pump. So basically if your pump fails you will have to buy a new one or hope it does not rain for awhile. I guess I have a back up pump now but for $150 I would expect it last much longer.
Date published: 2016-12-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy replacment for a failed pump (the switch) These pumps are generally good for about 5 years in my application. Look at the warranty on the box; is it 1, 2, 3, years... Your mileage may vary. Depends on content of ground water and how often and how long it operates. The usual 'failure mode' is the switch in my case. It either fails to activate the motor or deactivate it when the sump pit is empty. Just wish the switch was available and easily replaceable. This unit uses a float (probably with a magnet in it) that activates the electronic 'switch'. My local HD had the replacement switches in stock for this unit. I'm not sure yet if that is a good or bad thing. Time will tell. I also replaced the check valve and 4 clamps (about $10), the screws rust (the stainless parts are fine). This is the easy disconnect part; all the original PVC stays in place and was reused. ps - don't forget to drill a small hole (1/8") in the discharge line an inch or two up from the pump outlet. The motor is easier to start without the head pressure of the standing water in discharge line.
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from the system was already in place when the pump went out. rubber sleeves were used to make things e... the system was already in place when the pump went out. rubber sleeves were used to make things easier....because things do break... the pump makes very little noise and fast.....so far so good.....bought one plastic part extra....$2.......gravy fix
Date published: 2016-10-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Product seems very good quality Sump pump quality seems great and has a very good reputation. It has been running great for a week now. Feel free to ask me 10 years from now:)
Date published: 2016-08-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from very quite very quite
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from unreliable switch With any sump pump of this type you will never get any warnings that is not working till is too late, I bought the sump pump after my old one of 16 years of service stop working, I purchased this !/3 hp Everlast to replace my old one, easy to install, nice and compact I liked the switch system because it was a slider there is no way for this type of switch to get hung, compared to a tether float, but unfortunately after one to three month from installation it was not working, the slider float switch stop floating and and the pump ran it self to death from overheating, I was just over the 90 day Home Depot warranty, so it fell under manufacture warranty, its a sump pump, there is no time to deal with shipping, but Home Depot was kind to help me to purchase another brand at a discounted price, so I could deal with Everlast Pump during their working hours. Thanks for the Help Home Depot.
Date published: 2016-05-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from If you don't mind the noise Works good but it is so loud I can hear it turn on and off from the second floor. This thing going back to the store. I will go back to the Rigid. Ughh love returns.
Date published: 2016-02-23
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