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H1 pump washers

Post by womble on Mon May 21 2012, 16:16

I have a lister H1 pump that will not pump I have refitted the rubber washers that came with it but they will not seal. the seetings seam ok.
Should th washers be leather?

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Post by DanBoy on Mon May 21 2012, 16:23

The washers that I have for mine appear home made. They look to be cut out of something like a conveyor belt. But I think they should be leather originally.

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Post by ian webb on Mon May 21 2012, 16:48

Hi, they are rubber or neoprene, theres usually some on ebay, however mine are made out of old rubber conveyor belt, ive done a few like that and they work fine, in what way is not pumping ?, not at all poor flow or ?,
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Re: H1 pump washers

Post by stationary stu on Tue May 22 2012, 10:55

This what your after?

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Lister-H-Water-Pump-Seals-4-x-Neoprene-Seals-/370484534688?pt=UK_BOI_FarmingEquipment_RL&hash=item5642995da0

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