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Pump A Way Manual Non-Submersible Hand Pump

$29.95 /each

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Product Overview

Pump A Way is a durable and efficient hand pump for numerous applications inside and outside the home. The pump is manufactured of high quality impact and chemical resistant materials. Use for your entire pump project around the house. The Pump A Way is easy to use with each stroke pumping a whopping 32 ounces of liquid.

  • Pump is manufactured of high quality impact and chemical resistant materials
  • Some projects include removing waters from washing machines, dishwashers, sinks, showers, tubs, basins, valve boxes, condensation or drip pans, and sumps
  • Pump removes a gal. of liquid per 4 strokes
  • Pump will not rust or corrode; pump is made of durable PVC

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Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum Pumping Height (ft.) 
Product Depth (in.) 
2.25 
Product Height (in.) 
40 
Product Width (in.) 
5.5 in 

Details

Adjustable Speed 
No 
Amperage (amps) 
Cord Length (ft.) 
0.0 
Corrosion Resistant 
Yes 
Discharge Flow @ 0 ft. (gallons/hour) 
500 
Discharge Flow @ 10 ft. (gallons/hour) 
500 
Float Switch 
No 
Hardware Included 
Yes 
Head Pressure (ft.) 
Horsepower (hp) 
0 hp 
Housing Material 
Other 
Inlet Connection 
Plain end 
Maximum Discharge Flow (gallons/hour) 
900 
Maximum Working Temperature (F) 
33 
Minimum working temperature (F) 
140 
Outlet Connection 
Plain end 
Pool Cover Pump 
Yes 
Power Type Required 
DC 
Product Weight (lb.) 
3 lb 
Pump Switch Type 
Switchless 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Run-Dry Capable 
Yes 
Self-Priming 
Yes 
Submersible 
Yes 
Voltage (volts) 
Waterfall Pump 
Yes 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
No Certifications or Listings 
Manufacturer Warranty 
30 Days 

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Does it work on a ball field?

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Longmont, CO
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February 15, 2016
I'm looking for something to remove standing water on a softball field. It usually isnt very deep but does cover a lot of the infield anywhere from 1/2' up to 1" in some spots. I want something to possibly help the drying out of the fields by removing the water completely if possible.

Thanks!
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April 28, 2016
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Consider taking out a small divot from the ground in the middle of the puddle. Pump out of the bottom of the divot instead of trying to suck water off the flat surface. You would be able to drain pretty much any puddle that way, replace your divot, and move on. Elevate the end of a 1-1/2" PVC pipe and put the pump's hose in that, if a long pipe will get the water to where you want it.
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Consider taking out a small divot from the ground in the middle of the puddle. Pump out of the bottom of the divot instead of trying to suck water off the flat surface. You would be able to drain pretty much any puddle that way, replace your divot, and move on. Elevate the end of a 1-1/2" PVC pipe and put the pump's hose in that, if a long pipe will get the water to where you want it.
For draining a big flat puddle on a ball field in a hurry, you would be better off using a wet vac. Read Less
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February 17, 2016
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Hi Kisor25, -- Our Pump A Way is good for de-watering your puddles down to 1/2" Discharge the water from the pump into The Home Depot 5 gal buckets and carry away to a suitable place to dump it. Once the puddles are down to 1/2 inch or less deep, you can use a leaf blower, push broom or roller squeegee to disperse the remaining water. The Home Depot also has available a variety of gas engine powered Read More
Hi Kisor25, -- Our Pump A Way is good for de-watering your puddles down to 1/2" Discharge the water from the pump into The Home Depot 5 gal buckets and carry away to a suitable place to dump it. Once the puddles are down to 1/2 inch or less deep, you can use a leaf blower, push broom or roller squeegee to disperse the remaining water. The Home Depot also has available a variety of gas engine powered utility pumps with puddle sucker attachments that you may want to consider. Read Less
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Where can I get a longer hose for this pump? It works great but longer hose needed.

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December 19, 2015
Need 15 ft of hose
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Texas
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April 28, 2016
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A 1-1/2" PVC pipe will accept the hose pretty well. Not water-tight, but good enough if the near end of the pipe is elevated a little.
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December 21, 2015
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Hi Val, -- The Home Depot carries accessory vacuum cleaner hose for wet/dry vacs that can be added on to your pump's hose to extend the length. You can also find similar hose at swimming pool supply stores. Keep in mind that the longer you make the discharge hose, the performance of the pump starts to decline. If I can assist you further, give me a call. 661-257-3923 M-F from 8AM-5PM Pacific. Ask for Read More
Hi Val, -- The Home Depot carries accessory vacuum cleaner hose for wet/dry vacs that can be added on to your pump's hose to extend the length. You can also find similar hose at swimming pool supply stores. Keep in mind that the longer you make the discharge hose, the performance of the pump starts to decline. If I can assist you further, give me a call. 661-257-3923 M-F from 8AM-5PM Pacific. Ask for Jon Read Less
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Can this hand pump be used for dewatering a trench, in other words can it pump muddy water?

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December 16, 2015
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That's exactly what I used it for. If you start with the pump up high so it collects mostly water as it goes down, you should be fine. Once you get to where it's really muddy, most pumps probably won't do that much good anyway.
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November 23, 2015
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Hi Rural----- It can pump murky and cloudy water, but the thicker and muddier the water, the less efficient it is. Also, the muddier the water, the more abrasive it is to the pump and the pump will wear out faster. If I can assist you further, give me a call. M-F from 8AM - 5PM Pacific. (661) 257-3923 Ask for Jon
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Works Great !! Now...How to Pry off Endcap to Clean Pump ?

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Works Great.....BUT how do you "Pry" off Endcap ??

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Used pump to Clean out water around Underground Irrigation coupling prior to Repair......
Now I want to remove trapped sediment from pump......
Having Difficulty "Prying" off endcap....and don't want to destroy pump.

Is endcap held on with:
a) Pressfit ?
b) Thread (Why Not) ?
c) Detent?
d) O-Ring?

What tool should be used to pry off.......?
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July 18, 2016
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Hi Carlos, The end of the pump body has a lip or barb at the bottom that the end cap snaps over. The technique that I like to use is like pushing out the cork of a bottle of campaign. Hold the pump body with both hands. push upward on the rim of the cap with the tips of your thumbs. This should lift the cap off on one side. Work your way around the cap to completely remove it from the pump body. Read More
Hi Carlos, The end of the pump body has a lip or barb at the bottom that the end cap snaps over. The technique that I like to use is like pushing out the cork of a bottle of campaign. Hold the pump body with both hands. push upward on the rim of the cap with the tips of your thumbs. This should lift the cap off on one side. Work your way around the cap to completely remove it from the pump body. To replace it, simply push it back on. If I can assist you further, give me a call. 661-257-3923 I am here from 8-5 Pacific Time M-F. Ask for Jon Read Less
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 40 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by piece of junk... I purchased this product from the Glasgow Delaware home depot and it split about 5 minutes into its first use. for the $30.00 price tag it is definitely not worth the money. June 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by So strong it sucked up a frog Excellent for sucking the water from antisyphon valves that are below grade June 21, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by works good but did not last I used this to remove the water from several sprinkler valve boxes that needed new sprinkler valves. It worked great for that but after a few times the hose broke off the pump at the top where it is connected, it looks like it broke off on the hose area that was clamped on to hold it during the assembly process. I don’t see any way to fix it or attach another hose so now it is worthless. May 17, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Messy, but gets the job done. It's more handy than my shopvac, but it tends to leak around the handle. I would definitely recommend it, just be sure to keep some shop towels on hand for the small amount of water that will leak out while pumping. May 3, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Worked well enough. Hose fits inside a 1-1/2" pipe nicely enough If it were a little more efficient I'd give it a couple more stars. Of the quart of water it sucks up with each stroke, it dumps what looks like several ounces back in. It also leaks just enough around the top of it (where the plunger goes into the top) that it gets your hands and potentially shoes and floor wet. Stopping that little leak would make using it a lot less annoying. Other than those niggles, it does its job well. It beat using a bucket to empty a trench again, but maybe because I'm tired of the bucket drill after each rain. That just means I got to stand up a little straighter and wear out my arms with the pump instead of stressing my back and knees to bend over using the bucket. Time-wise it was probably about the same as the one gallon jug/bucket. The bucket is cheaper and doesn't mind leaves and dirt. The Pump A Way definitely doesn't like dirt, but it will move dirty water. You can feel it getting harder to pull and hear a scraping sound when you get too much dirt in the water. I'll be interested to see how long it lasts. I was able to move the water about 20 feet by putting the pump's hose inside a 1-1/2" pipe. I had the lowest rung of a stepladder hold that end of the pipe up so the water would flow down. It isn't a water-tight seal or anything, but enough to handle the flow from the pump if the pipe has a couple inches per foot of slope on it. I surely wouldn't mess with anything smaller than this, would consider a small electric pump that would get things done eventually without me, or you could just cut up a gallon jug and not worry too much about any of it. April 28, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Recommended but with hesitation and cavea I bought this pump because I catch rainwater during the summer for my plants and it seemed like a good item to pump that water out of the barrel and into a watering can. Happened to have a need in the house and got it out to use. It worked fine the first couple of times and then it started shooting water back out at me from the bottom of the siphon. Oh! what a mess. Thought maybe it was plugged, took the end piece off, looked fine, tapped it lightly on sink to see if something would dislodge and a piece of the pump came falling out of it. Cannot see where it should be replaced. Will need to return. Others on this message board seem to love this tool so will return and try another one. It worked great until it stopped working. I recommend this but with hesitation, make sure you keep your receipt for a return. Maybe I got the "lemon", there always seems to be at least one, but the idea works great so we'll try again. I would submit a photo or video, but do not want to clean up another mess especially when it sprays all over me. April 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works great Easy enough for my wife to use. Would recommend to others. Little pricey. April 12, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Weak handle/plunger A couple of pulls and pushes and the handle mechanism bent in half. April 5, 2016
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