What Size Tube Should I Use

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What Size Tube Should I Use

Postby lwparchive » Fri Nov 09, 2012 3:19 pm

I have a Stenner 85MPH17 pump that injects hydrogen peroxide into my water system. I recently replaced the rubber tube in the pump head. I purchased the correct number #2 per the mfg description but when I removed the old tube it was a lot larger in diameter. I replaced it with the #2 tube and even when I turn the pump setting all the way to 10 it does not seem to be supplying enough peroxide to remove the sulfur in our water. Is it ok to use the bigger tubes in this pump or is there something else I can do to increase the flow of peroxide to the injector? I think Culligan must have installed the larger tube in the pump prior to me trying to fix it myself. I do not want to buy a new pump.

Thanks, Greg
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Re: What Size Tube Should I Use

Postby dcohan » Tue Apr 02, 2013 12:44 pm

THE ONLY LARGER TUBE IS A # 7. 85 SERIES MPH ARE HI PRESSURE PUMPS . ONLY TUBES ARE # 1, 2 OR 7
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