POINTS TO REMEMBER SHOW ME A PICTURE BROUGHT TO YOU BY www.pumpworld.net KNOWLEDGE FOR THE INDIVIDUAL Tools and extras, 1: 1\2" close end wrench. Butane torch, fillips and flathead screw driver, wrench for up to 1-1\4" pipe. Crimper tool for butt splices. Utility knife(be careful not to cut into any electrical cable when peeling back the jacket of the electrical cable). Pump installation 2: SKIP NO. 2 AND MOVE ON TO NO. 3 IF YOUR PUMP IS ALREADY ATTACHED TO MOTOR. Remove pump and motor from boxes .Remove cable guard from pump and Attach pump to motor . Pump flange matches perfectly to motor. Spin shaft in order for splined coupling to slide on to shaft. Look for (4) ss nuts , screw on and tighten. Re-attach the cable guard. 3: Screw on stainless steel barbed male adapter to pump discharge(use TEFLON tape). 4: SEE ILLUSTRATION Look for a set of heat shrink tubes with butt splices . Peel flat electric(cut into green wire side in order to not cut into the red, yellow or black wires) cable jacket back about 8" then separate the wires and remove about 3\8" PVC covering from wire end in order to attach butt splice. Use a crimper or pressure pliers and tighten . Slide on heat shrink. One on each wire. Wires are colored coated. Follow color code. Slide the yellow wire from motor onto yellow wire from electric cable and crimp(make sure you slide on heat shrinks first). After cables are attached slide heat shrink over butt connector and with a butane torch heat the shrink all the way around from the center out. Torch should be about 8" away in order not to burn wire or shrink tube. After you reach the ends a wax should ooze out. After tubes cool wrap each wire 3 times about 8" long back and forth. 5: If you are using the poly pipe attach it onto the barbed connector(if it’s tight slightly heat the end of the pipe in order to slide on the tubing and it should go on tight)Use two stainless steel clamps on barb to hold pipe in place. Cut pipe straps and extend roll of pipe on ground. Attach safety rope onto pump hook or holding hole located on discharge of pump. 6: Install torque arresters (As many as you like but we recommend a min. of 2, one right above pump and the other about 20 foot above the first one. Squeeze the torque arresters from top to bottom in order to achieve the diameter of well casing. ) , they are used for centering pump. Make sure you do not clamp the electric cable or rope with the torque arrester clamps, run electric cable and rope outside of clamps. 7: Tape the wire and the safety rope with PVC black tape every 5 feet along total run of the pipe. 8: Attach your barbed male adapter to pipe connector end(if it’s tight slightly heat the end of the pipe in order to slide on the tubing and it should go on tight) and screw on to galvanized nipple. Slide nipple through well seal and screw on galvanized tee (use TEFLON tape on all threads). Pull electric cable through hole in well seal, pull rope through hole in well seal and attach to your tee or any solid object. 9: Install the pump into well with help of a friend or two. Slide your pump down hole. 10: Well seal should slide onto to casing and it should hold your pump. 11: Use galvanized pipe for above ground installations to make your tank connections. 12: Use a brass tank tee to make your job easier . The tank tee comes with (2) ports 1\4" fpt (for pressure gage and pressure switch to be attached accordingly) and one 3\4" port(for hose bib, faucet) and three 1-1\4" ports for main plumbing hook-up. 13: Attach electric cable to control box(follow the color codes). Then run your 230 volt power line(L1,L2) to your pressure switch (follow diagram on pressure switch). Then run your power line from pressure switch to control box(attach control box to grounded pole). ****Make sure all connections are grounded. If this is a new well you have to let it run open discharge to remove all trash.**** Good luck and remember this is not "rocket science"