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DEKOPRO Sump Pump 1HP 3302GPH 750W Submersible Clean/Dirty Water Pump Swimming Pool Garden Tub Pond Flood Drain w/Float Switch and Long 16ft Cable

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POWERFUL SUMP PUMP:750 Watt, 1 HP motor. Max Lift: 16 Feet; 3302 Gallon Per Hour rating tackles any draining job at a fraction of the time. This pump easily passes solids up to 1″ in diameter. GREAT for flooded area, swimming pools, cellars or garden pond.
MULTI OUTLET SIZE: Submersible Water Pump is equipped w/ screw thread in GHT 3/4″ or NPT5/8″. Three fittings with different diameters for outflow( GHT 3/4″, NPT 1″, φ38, G 1-1/2″) to choose from according to the flow rate.
AUTO FLOAT SWITCH:Start/stop automatically. When water level is below 4.7 inch, it will automatically disconnect the power; when water level rises above 4.7 inch, the pump will start again. Cut off immediately when pump fails to pump water to prevent the coil from getting burned.
HIGH-QUALITY MATERIALS:Thermoplastic composite material is highly rugged. Designed and manufactured in line with the valid safety requirements. Thermoplastic body resists corrosion as there are not exposed metal parts. Lower noise and energy-efficient. Oil free motor requires no maintenance.
GREAT FOR DRAINING:Great to Drain the Dirty Water from the Pond, Garden Pond, or Water Tanks. Great to move water for garden irrigation or cleaning your yard or road.

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Power Source: Corded Electric. Material: Plastic, Metal. Brand: DEKOPRO. Date First Available: June 28, 2020. Best Sellers Rank: #11,845 in Tools & Home Improvement. Customer Reviews: 4.2 out of 5 stars 1,635 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars. ASIN: B08BYJDFWD. Batteries Required?: ‎No. Batteries Included?: ‎No. Horsepower: ‎1 hp. Power Source: ‎Corded Electric. Material: ‎Plastic, Metal. Package Dimensions: ‎15.79 x 9.02 x 7.44 inches. Item Weight: ‎9.42 pounds. Manufacturer: ‎DEKOPRO.

Specification: DEKOPRO Sump Pump 1HP 3302GPH 750W Submersible Clean/Dirty Water Pump Swimming Pool Garden Tub Pond Flood Drain w/Float Switch and Long 16ft Cable

Weight 9.42 lbs

13 reviews for DEKOPRO Sump Pump 1HP 3302GPH 750W Submersible Clean/Dirty Water Pump Swimming Pool Garden Tub Pond Flood Drain w/Float Switch and Long 16ft Cable

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  1. GGenny

    After doing research and comparison, I went with this unit because of the rating and reviews, here and internet. My first one come pretty fast, which is a plus. However, when I try to test it by submerging it into a plastic trash 32gal can filled with water, I got a small shock of electricity in the water when I turned the unit on and was testing the floater. Not very powerful, but strong enough for you to feel the electricity going through your fingers into your arm, making your arm feels lazy. Very dangerous, that the unit is so badly insolated. So far, I’m not very please with this brand, even if it was rated so high. I’m hoping it was a defective one, which I am returning it to exchange for another one. I will update when the second one arrived.Read more

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  2. The Dog’s Honest Truth

    This is a sturdy little workhorse. We have a 16,000 gal pool that needs to be drained every 2 or 3 years. Our previous sump was borrowed and never returned. This is a better unit anyway. The fitting that comes with this is an easy to screw in part but you will be hard pressed to find a hose that will fit onto it easily. This will fit a SUMP HOSE. Not a standard garden hose. We went to the hardware store with the black plastic part and McGyvered some parts to make it fit a standard garden hose. It is a ‘step down’ system and it works perfectly. If you want to really move the water: purchase the sump hose. That will fit directly over top of the fitting and it will suck the water out of there quicker than a *art in the wind. Don’t attach this to a scrawny flexible 1/2″ hose…it will take forever to drain. The motor on this will easily move the water quickly but it has to have the output hose to be able to handle it. Use a garden hose or a sump hose (around $30) There is a float attached to the top of the sump that you can use as the handle to lower or raise into the water. Once the handle is below the unit, it will shut off. There is no exterior on/off switch. There was also no instruction book that came with this. The cord is about 15′ long so you will have to put it into a grounded extension cord. Plug it into a GFI if you can. This is going in water, folks. Be safe. The pump is quiet and happily chugs out water for as long as you leave it in. We had some sand, pollen, debris on the bottom of the pool and it sucked it up and out the hose like we slipped it a $20 in a back alley. Great unit but don’t expect to use it straight out of the box. Buy the fittings you see in the pix while you wait for this to arrive. Easy peasy, lemon squeezy. BTW, we had to shopvac the bottom of the pool to get the remaining water (was too flat for the sump to work on). We took the top of the shopvac off and submerged the sump into the vacuum base. I swear, I amaze myself with DIY solutions some days. Have fun sumping and pumping.Read more

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  3. Growing A Smile

    I’ve tried so many pumps. If it doesn’t work, my entire work shop floods. So its important and with this being attempt #5, I’m still hopeful. It has worked consistently, but the switch got ‘stuck’ and didn’t trigger just once and I was flooded beyond imagining. (Imagine 5 inches of water flowing through your hobby/repair/craft/tool space). Yep, that happened, but I adjusted the switch wire length (there is an option that that build into this pump) it has not let me down again. POWERFUL pump as long as the switch triggers. I would buy this one again, and that is saying something since I own a plethora of half baked, not reliable pumps for this application. I think I found the ‘one’.Read more

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  4. Leslie OhGee

    So far so good! I have only had this piece of machinery for a couple of weeks but I have already used it. It’s quick to set up. The instructions included weren’t grat but it’s fairly easy to figure it out. Also, doesn’t come with a hose. Must buy a hose in order to use!!!!Read more

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  5. DanJ

    The media could not be loaded. This pump worked great. It drained a 20,000 gallon pool in 7 hours. The GFCI plug it was plugged into tripped one time but that is because the extension cord plugs above water got wet. That means that previous reports of faulty units don’t apply to every one because of it had a short underwater it would trip the GFCI. I bought cheap 1.5” PVC pipe and used that instead of an expensive hose. Great value great product.Read more

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  6. JRS

    Rcvd and installed today in a backyard sump pump to prevent ground & rainwater from pooling in a low spot and move the water via garden hose out to the street about 100ft away. its works well, auto empties my sump basin (5gal lowes bucket under an NDS catch basin) quickly, and is quiet. The hardest part of the project was to adapt the provided hose connector to a garden hose, but Lowes had all the parts for under $6.00. Phase 2 will be to replace most of the garden hose w/buried 3/4″ PVC pipe, and maybe connect them to a front yard sprinkler head rather than dumping the water on my street curb.Read more

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  7. Brian W

    This product has me conflicted. I want to give it 5 stars for its performance and build quality but the float switch only works when it’s in a very specific orientation which has caused a failure to operate during each rainstorms that it was needed for since install. As one can imagine this is an extremely frustrating “feature” of an otherwise impressive product. The other thing worth mentioning is that this pump DOES NOT have a built in check valve. This proved to be beneficial in my situation since I don’t want water to be sitting in the discharge pipe, above the frost line and able to freeze, when winter comes back around. But note that if your application calls for a check valve, one will need to be purchased separately and installed. In the meantime, I’ll be trying to figure out the best remedy for the float switch issue.Read more

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  8. coolbet

    First off, should have realized coming from China that the “directions” would be missing something and that is the attachment of the switch unit. You can figure it out from the pic, but a pic in the instructions would have been nice. Next, you need proper clearances in your sump basin to allow the switch unit to move up and down. If you don’t have it (e.g. 5 gal pail), this most likely won’t work for your application.Read more

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  9. Erich

    2-star rating for the following reason. I put this in as a replacement for a pedestal sump pump. It is in a 22″x18″ sump basin which is plenty of space for the float, HOWEVER the float does not seem to by buoyant enough, when the water flows into the sump pit the cord to the float seems to not be flexible enough to allow it to upright and engage the pump. I am worried it will fail in a storm. I have to trigger it by hand probably 80% of the time. I will come and check the sump and the water will be high, the float is un-obstructed but just sitting under the water level. I pulled this out and ordered a different one. The pump seems to be a quality to price, Mine was perfect and new conditions was delivered with adequate packaging. It runs good and is very silent. would probably be great for draining a ditch, pool or foundation footing. I would not put this in any sort of scenario where you rely on it to trigger on it’s ownRead more

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  10. George W

    I think this is fine for intermittent use because the unit doesn’t seem to have the heft and finish of a more durable unit. The switch seems a bit finicky so I have a bit of hesitation recommending this unit without qualifications.Read more

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  11. Christopher

    Pros: – I t’s quiet – It does seem like a true 1 hp power Pump (strong performance) – comes with a reducer that will fit a 1.5 to 5/8 garden hose – fast delivery time Cons: – propeller nut had a bit of rust on it (4 strolls with sand paper 1000 grit Took it off ) – no strainer basket ( not really a con But it would be an awesome feature) Was used as a pool pump temp replacement so 9 hours on a day for 9 days so farRead more

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  12. SB

    Please mind the debris, but this pump worked great, very fast and easy to use. Drained my 18ft pool in a few hours. The only problem we found was once the sensor was levelled it automatically shut off. At about 3-4 inches left to drain. So our solution to keep it pumping was to tie it hanging up above the water. Then worked like a charm until completely drained.Read more

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  13. Alberta Guy

    Great pump. Used it to drain a pool. Works hard and fast. Love it. Easy. Quiet. And pumped really wellRead more

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