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Model #007F5

Store SKU #463132

$11024
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  • Most popular circulator in the US
  • Standard 63/8" Flange to Flange dimention
  • Compatable with 3/4",1",114"&11/2" standard circulator flanges
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Product Overview

The Taco Circulator Pump is designed for quiet, efficient operation. It features a self-lubricating, maintenance-free design that makes it ideal for a wide range of applications. This item is for use only in non-potable (non-human consumption) water applications.
  • Hydronic circulator for a heating application
  • Field-serviceable cartridge design
  • Designed for quiet, reliable, efficient operation
  • Self-lubricating, maintenance-free design and flow characteristics make it ideal for a wide range of applications
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  • California residents

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
6.75
Product Height (in.)
5.5
Product Width (in.)
7

Details

Accessory Type
BOILER REPLACEMENT PART
Pack Size
1
Product Weight (lb.)
7
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 YEAR

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
    out of 314 reviews
  • 90%recommend this product
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Lasted 20 Years! Taco US Quality
My mom's 20 year old Taco 007-F4 pump stopped working over the weekend and HD actually had a replacement (007-F5) in store stock! It was an exact fit and great to see the same USA quality Taco construction. It was virtually identical to the decades old version. So glad Home Depot had this so I could get my mom's heat running. Thanks to Taco for continuing to make such high quality products, and in the US!
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    I replaced a pump that was allowing hot water to bleed into the pipes, enough to simulate that th...
    I replaced a pump that was allowing hot water to bleed into the pipes, enough to simulate that the heat was turned on. The new pump solved that problem,
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    Perfect fit comes with everything you need
    Perfect fit comes with everything you need
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    I purchased the whole set but really only thought I...
    I purchased the whole set but really only thought I needed the cartridge. Turns out I needed the top part as well. I took other one down and re wired the new one copying what my plumber had done 10 years ago. Easy and fast I’m a 40 year old handy female. Put it all Back together keeping the old base in place and just using the top Piece and the cartridge. Screwed it all back together and works like a charm. Back to having my hot water instant again.
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    Perfect fit, accurate measurements, easy installation. ...
    Perfect fit, accurate measurements, easy installation.
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    Replacing a Taco circulator pump is an easy change out. Power off the furnace and close the ball ...
    Replacing a Taco circulator pump is an easy change out. Power off the furnace and close the ball valve on the inlet side. Next depressurize the piping and loosen the four mounting bolts. Open the AC power cover and remove the wire nuts. Now you can remove the old pump and slide the new one in it's place. ALWAYS replace the gaskets since they become brittle from the heat of the adjoining piping. Tighten the bolts uniformly, reconnect the AC power and replace the access side cover. Reopen the ball valve and slowly re-pressurize the pipes watching carefully for leaks. The weak area of these pumps is the electrical terminal strip inside the access cover. They often corrode causing a loss of power to the pump. It's a low cost (<$100) repair for a do-it-yourself handymen.
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    14 found this review helpful
    I originally had a B&G little red booster LR20BF circulation pump, which went out on me as the he...
    I originally had a B&G little red booster LR20BF circulation pump, which went out on me as the heating season started (note to self: always check your heating system just BEFORE it gets cold!). I was thinking of getting a newer B&G model as a replacement because I feared that if I switched brands I might encounter problems with fitting it. Fortunately Luis at Elmont helped me and suggested I try the Taco pump, citing its low cost and ease of replacement (once you put in the pump, you can replace its cartridge without having to take off its mount). The Taco cost less than 1/3rd of what the B&G pumps cost (though to be fair, the B&G lasted for around 30 years and the other two pumps I have are still working), plus they're water lubricated so no need to remember to oil it, unlike the B&G which needs a few drops of 5w 30 synthetic oil every season. I was easily able to get the Taco to fit the brackets that were used for the B&G, and the height is the same (6 3/8ths inches). The Taco runs quiet, about the same as the LR20BF, but has no fan which is why it gets hotter than the B&G. Wiring was real easy, no need to observe polarity - the pump can't run in reverse. At first when I refilled my boiler and started it up, the Taco took a bit of time before it kicked in, making me a bit nervous that something was up. However once I shut the boiler on and off once more, it began to work and so far three days in I have no complaints. I have yet to test it in sub-zero temperatures. The one minus is that the instructions could be a bit better with diagrams. However its fair to note that most people are scared to death of messing with their boilers (and not without good reason - I had several bleeding valves go on me in the process), so this is usually a job reserved for professional plumbers. But if you have isolation valves or can drain your boiler, it's totally a DIY job - just know what to do if a neighboring bleeding valve springs a leak on you (tighten the packing nut and/or cap it at the spout, I used a garden hose cap) - I've heard of plumbers charging a thousand bucks to do such a job. There are videos on youtube of people swapping out B&Gs and putting in Tacos which are helpful.
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      5 found this review helpful
      The standard pump of the industry, have used TACO pumps for 50 years.
      This pump was a complete pump that will fit many instances in my hot water system. TACO is the best because you can just replace the motor insert in most cases, not the whole pump. The "field" windings stay in the motor enclosure and the "pump - armature" are replaced separately with no wiring involved. 4 screws and you are done.
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      1 found this review helpful
      It was easy to install the pump or installation at...
      It was easy to install the pump or installation at camp
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      Pump ok. Motors not the same quality.
      This pump is the OEM pump listed and installed by the boiler manufacturer which lasted 8 years. In the last 5 years, I have replaced this pump 5 times. The motors failed each time. 1 replacement lasted 1 week, another only 3 weeks. In each case the motor housing developed a brown burn ring around the motor and the housing became so hot that water dripping from flange seals during replacement would boil instantly upon contact with the motor housing. Not the same quality of old Taco pumps.
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