Geo-Pulse Non-Pressurized Flow Center - Two Pump

Item: HA12099
Model: GP26K-SU10F-R2
Condition: New

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For a full description of all warranties applicable to this product as well as individual manufacturer requirements, please review the manufacturer's consumer brochure and/or product warranty documents.  Online warranty registration must be completed within 60 days of installation.  Due to state laws, online registration is not required in California or Quebec. Call for warranty availability on scratch & dent and surplus items.

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Model GP26K-SU10F-R2
Electrical Phase 1-Phase
Product Height 34
Product Length 8
Product Width 15
Pumps 2
Voltage 240
Warranty 5 Year
Weight 1.0000
Zones 1

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I have the two pump model. One pump is warm to the touch, and the other pump is cold. I checked because the unit is much quieter than it used to be. What will happen to my furnace performance if just one pump is running, and can I replace the pump on the unit? What is the price for just a replacement pump?
I have a Geo-Pulse Non-Pressurized Flow Center - Two Pump. The top motor is at about 80 degrees and the bottom pump is running at 180 degrees. Is this normal to have the motor run this hot? Thanks! Eric
Hi, I am looking at your Geo-Pulse Non-Pressurized Flow Center - Two Pump. I have 2 closed loops, each being 800 ft. 3/4 inch. Will this pump be able to handle this much pipe?
thanx Mike
If I were to purchase a Tranquility 22 with the internal vFlow pump do I still need the two pump flow center?

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