Replacement Pump for Adobeair EP200

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Old 09-24-16, 03:55 PM
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Replacement Pump for Adobeair EP200

I have what I think is a Mastercool swamp/evaporative cooler. The water pump is an Adobeair EP 200, .8 amp, 44 watt, 1-phase, 60 hz, 120 volt. Any suggestions as to what replacement part i should use? I am not sure about the gallons per hour and don't know what to look for.

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Old 09-24-16, 05:15 PM
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This should work: https://www.indoorcomfortsupply.com/...ction&key=2511

I believe HomeDepot sells a similar replacement pump.

To be 100% sure, we'd need the model no of your swamp cooler...
 
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Old 09-24-16, 06:45 PM
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That pump is rated for 200 GPH.
The large number on the new replacement pumps represents the CFM air delivery of the unit.

In the past I've recommended a Dial 1414. Slightly higher GPH rating
Dial-1414-Cooler-Pump-7500/dp/B000RF8UXW

A second choice is a Little Giant pump. Slightly lower GPH rating than the Dial 1414.
Little-Giant-CP1-115-Horsepower-Evaporative/dp/B000WR2ZBI

The model Paul listed is also a possible replacement pump.
 
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Thank You

Many thanks Paul and Pete. I think I found what I need. Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

Charlie
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I have bought the right pump for our swamp cooler and have one more question. it comes with an AC plug which I have to cut off, as the power wires insert individually into slots on the control unit. I know that the green wire is the ground. Is there a way to distinguish between positive and negative wires on the power cord? For example - is the wire that is to the bigger of the two plug prongs one or the other?

Hard to describe, but hopefully you get the point.

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The wire to the wider blade is the neutral connection and the narrower blade is the hot wire. The neutral wire will often be white and the hot black.
 
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