Brand New Shurflo Aqua Kingii 3.0 Gpm Fresh H20 Pump 4138-111-e65 4138-111-a65 on 2040-parts.com
Oviedo, Florida, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:4138-111-E65
Brand New in Box. Old Stock. Bulk Packaging.
SHURFLO AQUA KINGII 3.0 GPM FRESH H20 PUMP
Replaces Part#' 3901-0216 3901-0206
Item Specs: (See attached jpg with specs for more detailed info)
Amps 6.5 Max
Flow 3 GPM 11.3 LPM
Fuse 7.5 AMP
Mfg date 2014
Warranty : No
No warranties offered, intended or implied.
Should your pump not work as promised a replacement or refund will be issued. Seller will pay for any shipping fees for defective pumps but will not refund for pumps damaged by buyer due to improper installation. Please review your owners manual and attached spec sheets to ensure this is the proper pump and follow the installation instructions provided.
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