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    Stay safe on the water with Grainger's marine pump and RV pump selection. Your safety plan should include equipment like a bilge pump or marine pump, essential for preventing rising water from reaching a compromising level inside the hull. For smaller watercraft, a bilge hand pump or lever pump can be an alternative or backup pump for bilge water removal. Any recreational vehicle, from boat to camper, equipped with a drinking water system will also require an RV water pump for on-demand access to a potable water supply.

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    looking for a Flojet pump, model 2100-031-115, 115 volt 50/60 hz .50A 020293, s/n 92152418. Do you have this item? need two flow outlets for water to flow from a bottle and to refrigerator icemaker.. Need right away. Can I buy locally. Live in San Jose, Ca
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    Hello Loretta,
    Yes we have a Flojet pump similar to your request, it would be our Grainger Catalog number 2P795 it it called a carpet cleaner pump it has the same specs as the one you are looking for. I hope this helps, thanks for using Grainger Ask & Answer!

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    I have a 350 gallon hot tub with dual pumps. The front main pump is leaking out. do you sell hot tub pumps. where do I start looking under?
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    The spa pumps we carry are located on page 3685 of catalog 405. They are items 5PXG1, 5PXG2, and 5PXG3. All three models have a maximum temperature rating of 100 degrees.

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    That will draw water from a lake with enough PSI that will allow me to wash down my boat -- any suggestions ?
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    At your convenience, please contact us at 1-800-GRAINGER as we need to discuss the following:
    1) How far will the pump be located from the lake
    2) How far will the pump need to push the water
    Once we have that information we will be happy to assist you with a product selection.

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