Reddit Reddit reviews Zoeller 105-0001 Sump Pump, 12.50 x 14.50 x 14.50 inches, 19 Pound

We found 8 Reddit comments about Zoeller 105-0001 Sump Pump, 12.50 x 14.50 x 14.50 inches, 19 Pound. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Zoeller 105-0001 Sump Pump, 12.50 x 14.50 x 14.50 inches, 19 Pound
Automatic, float operated mechanical switch 115V/1 Ph1-1/2" NPT discharge9 ft. UL listed 3-wire cord and plug1550 RPM, 60 Hz on 50 series modelsNon-clogging vortex impeller
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8 Reddit comments about Zoeller 105-0001 Sump Pump, 12.50 x 14.50 x 14.50 inches, 19 Pound:

u/amanfromthere · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

Been in my new home for a little over a month with no washer/dryer (made sense to wait for black friday pricing). Water is in, 120v for washer is in, 240v for dryer is in. Utility sink is ready (not pictured). One last trip to home depot after work to get a breaker and elbow for vent and I will be up and running.

Granted, somewhat temporary setup as I need to install a pump under the utility sink the washer drains into. I just have a hose adapter on the utility sink to go into basement drain. I have the pump already ( ), just need to plumb it up and over to the main stack, might have the motivation to do that this weekend.

Part of the reason I didn't buy earlier was also because my water wasn't suitable for washing clothes (super high in iron). So the prerequisite for this was getting clean water. Now that I've got my new pressure tank and water filtration system running, it's time to tidy it up and actually run the electrical properly (cap is on pressure switch now). Planning on making a post showing all that once it's ready. Kinda conflicts with my need to run a half dozen loads of laundry, but hey, never-ending amount of cleanup to do in that room anyways.

u/Clbrosch · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

We have this exact set up with the check valve for our washing. But you only need a 5 gallon bucket. Make sure you vent it too.

u/upstateduck · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

don't think the washer will pump that high,you need a reservoir with a float controlled pump

u/TaintTrauma · 1 pointr/HomeImprovement

I'd get that one. It's a beast and they're very good about warranty service.

Tie into the shower line if you can. I would skip putting in a ball valve. If the check valve, on the wye, is going to be exposed, you can put in a clear one so you can see what's going on on case there is a problem later on. is my go to place for cheap PVC fittings.

u/cujo195 · 1 pointr/Plumbing

It's funny, I was originally looking at that exact pump on Amazon. It looks great and I like the price except it looks like it requires a vent to be tied into the vent stack. Is that correct?

I didn't want to have to run an extra pipe and cut into the vent stack. So I'm considering the Hartell because it specifically says it doesn't require the vent and I'm pretty sure it's the one installed in a This Old House video.

u/SafetyMan35 · 1 pointr/HomeImprovement

If it is just the washing machine, something like this would work

If you have a utility tub and bathroom or wet bar, you would install something of the same concept, but larger.

To install it will require you to cut a hole in your basement floor

u/broadrock · 1 pointr/Plumbing

Take with a grain of salt

I own a home with a basement/crawlspace drainage/underground spring situation. The sump pump I inherited with the house was always running at first. I installed a 4" pvc line that drains to the alley, plus added 6" gutters and downspout that is on the opposite end of the natural grade of the basement/crawlspace. Then installed This and everything is worry free now.

u/orangebroccoli · 0 pointsr/Plumbing

If you read the reviews, it looks like many people have used this pump as a washing machine pump.