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3/4 HP Submersible Sump Pump

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  • Pumps up to 5490 GPH at 0 ft.
  • Rugged, cast iron base and stainless steel construction
  • Top suction design filters debris and minimizes clogging
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About This Product

The Wayne CDU980E submersible sump pump can move up to 5490 Gal. per hour (GPH). The top suction design filters debris and minimizes clogging. It is a rugged, stainless steel and cast iron submersible sump pump. This pump is designed for 11 in. Dia and larger sump pits.

Highlights

  • Top suction pump design minimizes air locks and clogging from debris in bottom of sump pit
  • Stainless steel motor housing and rugged, cast iron pump base
  • Fully submersible
  • 3/4 HP; max. flow rate is 5490 GPH; 4600 GPH at 10 ft. of discharge lift
  • 1-1/2 in. NPT discharge
  • For use in 11 in. Dia or larger sump basins
  • 9 in. on level and 4 in. off level
  • Designed for 11 in. Dia or larger sump basins
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Internet # 203448474

Model # CDU980E

Store SKU # 1000540447

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Specifications

Dimensions: H 14 in, W 10 in, D 10 in

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)10 inProduct Height (in.)14 in
Product Width (in.)10 inSwitch-Off Height (in.)4
Switch-On Height (in.)9

Details

Amperage (A)10 ACord Length (ft.)8
Discharge Flow @ 0 ft. (gallons/hour)4300Discharge Flow @ 0 ft. (gallons/min)72
Discharge Flow @ 10 ft. (gallons/hour)4600Discharge Flow @ 10 ft. (gallons/min)77
Discharge Flow @ 15 ft. (gallons/min)43FeaturesCorrosion Resistant, Non-Clogging, Submersible
Housing MaterialStainless steelImpeller MaterialThermoplastic
Maximum Horsepower (hp)3/4Maximum Pressure (PSI)14.93506494
Maximum Working Temperature (F)140Minimum Sump Basin Diameter11 to 14
Minimum working temperature (F)40Outlet Diameter Connection (in.)1-1/2 FPT
Pack Size1Power Type RequiredAC
Product Weight (lb.)20 lbPump Switch TypeVertical
Returnable90-DayVertical Lift (ft.)20
Voltage120v

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and ListingscUL ListedManufacturer Warranty5 Year Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

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Q:how to adjust longer on and off cycles on this pump/ float adjustments
by|Jan 16, 2024
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Q:I need to divert water from my house foundation. I notice the pumps aren't rated for outdoor use. Can I build a small enclosure next to my house to house just the pump & basin? What safeguards would allow safe usage of the Wayne sump pumps?
by|Nov 30, 2023
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A:  Thank you for thinking of Wayne Water Systems for your dewatering needs. Unfortunately, we do not offer a sump pump for outdoor use.

by|Dec 4, 2023
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    Q:Can this be fully submerged in water? I want to put it in a 15 gallon garbage can that will be filling with water.
    by|Sep 6, 2023
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    A:  This sump pump is designed to be used in a basement to pump off clear run off rain water that has been filter down thru the drain tile. It is designed to be completely submerged.

    by|Sep 25, 2023
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      Q:Which basin should I get for the 1 HP Sump Pump?
      by|Sep 1, 2023
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      Selected this pump after researching top 10 sump pumps when both primary and secondary pumps were found inoperable. The fast delivery option worked when needed ASAP. So far it's been working fine. Did notice that its rusting already but that may be normal. Otherwise seems to be cycling and pumping out the water!
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      This product failed within 3 days--its switch stopped working properly. Repeatedly, this pump wo...
      This product failed within 3 days--its switch stopped working properly. Repeatedly, this pump would stop operating even though the float was fully underwater. I would jostle the float a little, and the pump would start up, but then never cycle. An expert looked at the installation, made a small change, and said, "If it stops again, it has definitely failed." The pump stopped again that same day, and as my crawl space began to flood, I called the expert to replace this model with a different one.
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        I have had 3 major floods in a finished basement so i read the reviews to try and make sure i got...
        I have had 3 major floods in a finished basement so i read the reviews to try and make sure i got the best pump i could buy. This item had great reviews and an industry leading 5 year warranty. Had in installed and it immediately stopped working. I found out that it is supposed to have a really thin rubber tether that connects to bottom of float and attaches to the pump. Mine was missing or fell off. In addition i thought this was an extremely poor design as the rubber will get dry rotted being in constant water and probably need replacing within a year. I called wayne and told them this and they informed me that this part was not covered under their 5 year warranty and should be replaced every year. Who ever heard of having to replace parts on a new sump pump every year!. In addition the pump had only been in my crock for 1 day and was already more rusted than the liberty pump i had in there for 10 years. I will never purchase a wayne again. Stick with liberty as they make much better quality pumps.
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          This 3/4 HP Sump Pump meets all my expectations: - Power is enough to clear water from 5 feet bel...
          This 3/4 HP Sump Pump meets all my expectations: - Power is enough to clear water from 5 feet below. - Installation is easy, about 1/2 hour if you have the Quick Connect Tube from the Home Depot. - Just bought this pump on 04/20/2015 - It should be perfect if the Wayne Maker mentioned the quick connect tube or how to make it...
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          I am very impressed.  For ease of installation, solid craftsmanship, and performance I give this ...
          I am very impressed.  For ease of installation, solid craftsmanship, and performance I give this 5 stars. While doing my spring maintenance, I discovered that the sump pump that was installed in my house came from the early 1990's.  It had deteriorated pretty badly and I felt like replacing it as a preventative measure would be a good idea.  The model was a 1/3 hp with an outdated switch and float set-up. After looking over the various models available, I elected to pursue this.  Not only was it well reviewed, but it seemed solidly made, affordably priced, and more powerful than the unit I had previously.  I ordered it online and took advantage of the free shipping.  It showed up two days later, much to my surprise, and I immediately went to work.  This unit is magnitudes better than the one I had.  It was a joy to install, I simply cut new PVC and threaded an adapter onto it with some sealant.  The model I used was (http://www.homedepot.com/p/1-1-2-in-PVC-DWV-Hub-x-MIPT-Male-Adapter-C4804HD112/100347535). Once completed, I cleaned out my existing sump basin and placed this unit on the bottom.  After plugging it in, I decided to gather my wife for a test of this units capabilities.  We got several five gallon buckets and proceeded to fill the sump basin.  This unit kicked on and immediately went to work--it was quiet, efficient, and powerful. 
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          Today, 3-21-17, is the first day Wayne 3/4 HP went to work. First day on the job and it's a heavy...
          Today, 3-21-17, is the first day Wayne 3/4 HP went to work. First day on the job and it's a heavy downpour in the Sierra Foothills, CA. The vertical lift is about 4' 1/2" and travels about 34' horizontally at about a 15 or so degree slope. Wayne is still on probation but so far so good!
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          Amazing product. Had flooding at our rental and after installing this unit it took care of the pr...
          Amazing product. Had flooding at our rental and after installing this unit it took care of the problem. Had another pump that couldn't handle the runoff and burned out, but this unit made it a non-issue. Made by Ridgid but less expensive.
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          great dependable pump
          easy to install as replacement on a water rinse drain unit on a processor machine in our commercial plant..
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          Expect good service
          Expect good service from this Wayne pump. Installed as replacement pump in 2-pump setup for neighbor. Have seen good service from this brand, good choice for mid-priced sump pump. Happy that Wayne has gotten away from the electronic switches. These simple float switches work well and are dependable.
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          8 found this review helpful
          Powerful, quiet pump. Easy to install and an excellent value.
          Our old 1/2 HP WaterAce was years beyond the warranty, so with El Niño coming on, I knew that it was time to upgrade. I chose the 3/4 HP Wayne as it not only provided more power (less time to move the water) but was much quieter (we barely know when it's running). Installation is very straightforward: if you don't have to replace the check valve and you have a coupler in the line, you can just unscrew the coupler and pull out the old sump pump as a whole unit, check valve, PVC pipe and all. Once out, swapping the pumps is trivial. Just be sure to use the Teflon tape (I also use pipe compound for good measure). If your check valve uses clamps, then it's the same idea, just unclamp the BOTTOM clamps and remove the assembly below. That way, the check valve will keep all the water from running back into the sump. (I learned that one the hard way.) If you want to replace the check valve, it's basically the same idea. Cut away/unscrew the old check valve and remove the whole assembly. (You may need PVC, primer, and glue if you need to cut the old one out.) A good piece of advice I received: place a ball valve ABOVE the check valve, so that if/when you ever have to remove the valve (or pump), you can turn the ball valve off and not worry about any water coming back into the sump while you're working. (It's the blue handle in the picture.) Once installed, the Wayne pump performs awesome. The extra power really makes it empty the sump much faster. One thing that really made a difference for us was replacing the old check valve with a "quiet" version, once which helps eliminate the effects of water hammer (eg, http://www.homedepot.com/p/Basement-Watchdog-Klunkless-Check-Valve-KCV/202809421). The picture shows my first go, with a "regular" check valve. It was ok, but adding the "quiet" valve has made a noticeable difference. Another difference between my old sump and the Wayne (besides power) is that it's body is stainless steel rather than cast iron, so it actually weighs a little bit less, not a big deal once in place, but when you're wrestling with a heavy pump in a cramped area, it helps. The Wayne is also more compact (as you can see in the second picture), which helps even more. It's got a much better handle, too, making it easier to lift and place the pump in the sump. Finally, the Wayne uses a top-flow design which leaves a small amount of water in the sump at the end of the cycle; the old one draws the water from the bottom, so this didn't happen as much -- but this is a minor quibble, really, as our sump is actually just a French drain, so it eventually drains out the bottom once the rain stops. I kept the old pump just in case, but I'm thinking that the Wayne will see us through this El Niño and many more rainstorms to come.
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