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pump identification

Post by Keith Owen on Mon Jan 27 2014, 21:10

Hi Folks,    I have a deep well pump driven by my Wolesley WD11.  I thought it was a Climax, but a couple of years ago I came across a site showing different makes of pump complete with photographs, one of which was the same type as mine and was not a Climax.
Unfortunately I did not make a note of the site and I have not been able to find it since.
Can anyone help ?
Thanks,
Keith.

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Re: pump identification

Post by Villiers on Mon Jan 27 2014, 21:17

Got a photo? More info would help. It could be a Godwin.

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Unknown pump i/d

Post by Keith Owen on Thu Feb 20 2014, 20:23

Sorry about no photo. Don't know how to do it. My daughter says I can't do it from our computer unless I down load it to a public site first. Not worth the hassle . It's not a Godwin.
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