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Model #TC2153

Store SO SKU #1000896074

$1939
  • Ideal for use with submersible pumps or as replacement switch
  • Turns on the pump at 40 PSI and turns off the pump at 60 PSI
  • Durable construction enables long-lasting use
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Product Overview

The Flotec Pressure Switch can be used with submersible pumps or as a replacement switch. The switch turns on at 40 psi and off at 60 psi. And can be adjusted to 30/50 or 20/40 psi.
  • For use with water-supply systems
  • For use with submersible well pumps or as a replacement switch
  • Turns on at 40 psi and off at 60 psi
  • Adjusts to 30/50 or 20/40 psi
  • California residents

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
4
Product Height (in.)
4
Product Width (in.)
3.75

Details

Brand Compatibility
Flotec, Parts2O
Pack Size
1
Product Weight (lb.)
.95 lb
Recommended Pump Types
Well Pumps
Returnable
90-Day
Switch Type
Pressure Switch

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
90 Days

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
    out of 18 reviews
  • 94% recommend this product
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best ever 40/60 Pressure switch i ever bought.
it was easy to install I did it less then fifteen minutes.
by HomeDepotCustomer
  • DIY
  • Verified Purchase
  • Recommended Product
2 people found this helpful
A quality product
In stock, with a good price, with great quality and easy installation.
by Harry
  • Pro
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2 people found this helpful
works perfect
Simply remove old switch and replace with new. if unsure remove cover, snap pic with smart phone on where old wires where located.
by HandH
  • DIY
  • Verified Purchase
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1 person found this helpful
easy to install
I needed something quickly and this switch was in stock and installed easily and works great
by Calvin
  • DIY
  • Verified Purchase
  • Recommended Product
1 person found this helpful
it is doing the job very well
it is working very well and maintaining the pressure I need
by hlfjr48
  • Verified Purchase
  • Recommended Product
water pump pressure switch
replaced without any problems,so far working as normal.
by bompie39
  • DIY
  • Verified Purchase
  • Recommended Product
High Quality
This is a high quality, accurate switch. The factory pre set was right on, and the installation was easy with clear instructions
by Roytheboy
  • DIY
  • Verified Purchase
  • Recommended Product
Easy to install
If you have a water well, you need a pressure switch. The price was competitive and the install is for most do-it-yourselfers. The preset shutoff pressure was set a bit too high, 63 lbs instead of 60. Easy enough to lower with a turn of the dial.
by Lakeareaguy
  • DIY
  • Verified Purchase
  • Recommended Product
No issues
Product was easy to install and I've had no issues since I installed it 3 months ago.
by ThomasF
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  • Recommended Product
Short lived
Switch failed in the run position after 17 months. A year warranty on something that should last a but forever is not worth much. Pump was running full time. Had over 120 PSI in the system. The gauge was pegged I am glad that the weak link in my pluming was in a unfinished space near a drain and not the pressure tank or in a wall upstairs. (The previous switch lasted 23 years. It failed when the diaphragm devolved a small leak and caused corrosion on one of the contacts resulting in no electrical connection.) The cause of this switches failure is the part that rests against the diaphragm and transmits the force of the water pressure to the switch. It is a disk with two legs bent from the same piece of metal. Both of the legs are and has always be over bent. (>90 degrees) One is bent more than the other. This shows on the wear pattern of the contact points. Over time it the wear caused one of the legs to slid off it's contact point. With the legs at opposite sides of the diaphragm and the disk not engineered to move parallel with out bot legs in contact little (well less than half) of the pressure was transferred to the switch and the pump would not shut off. With most manufacturing defects if there is one most likely there are more produced at the same time. It is all so possible it has been found and corrected by now.
by MJH1
    10 people found this helpful
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