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Zoeller Sump Pumps Clearance at Lowes YMMV

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Came across Zoeller Cast Iron sump pumps while instore at Lowes, there were several models on sale. The sewage pumps were also on sale. Many wont show online, but here are a couple for reference. As always, YMMV. If you are in the market, these pumps look really well made.

After researching, this appears to be IN STORE ONLY, as online prices were not showing clearance for me. There were only a couple of models with clearanes rices adjusted on the rack location in store.

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https://www.lowesforpros.com/pd/Z...1000675913

The 1/2HP was ~$55 at a couple of stores around me.

The 1/3 HP models are also on sale for $39...
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Created 02-27-2021 at 08:59 AM by marcski1
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Quote from pepepeter :
Ok tedious was the wrong word to use. Needing to move a sump pump several times to drain a pool requires a visual check X number of times to.keep the job moving. Otherwise delays can accumulate. But like i said at least it has a float switch to shut off. Its similar to crok pot "cooking" in which the ideal recipe is gather all ingredients, load into pot, set the timer, walk away and return when it signals "done". Whats the point if you have to constantly return to crock pot and stir or add this then that (if the desire is convenience). Now getting in the pool water with a pump running is always risky. I bet that was a nice HELLO!
Then just move once. Cord then just move once. Cord is 9 feet long. Drop it in at the 5 ft depth, run it til the float kicks it off, then move over to the deep end. Simple and done.


BTW, the documentation is right, this isn't designed for emptying pools. While a zoeller can easily last for 10 to 20 years, thats generally running for a couple of cycles a day with each cycle usually lasting a few seconds. That's about 1.5 hours per year.
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If anyone sees a store around southern Indiana please post zip I need to replace mine soon and this is a great deal but all are full price from the zip codes I checked.
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This is the only pump I will use
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