What Laguna PowerJet model do I have?

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With old and new Laguna PowerJet models and various model sizes, it can be confusing figuring out what model you have – especially if you’ve lost the instructions or packaging!
Fortunately, you can locate the silver sticker located on either the casing or the pump to easily find your part number. This makes it easy to find and buy the appropriate Laguna Spare Parts for your model.

Step 1: Take a look at your PowerJet casing

Near the handle of your PowerJet, you will see a silver sticker like in the picture above. This sticker has all the important details about your PowerJet, including wattage, IP rating, voltage, model date and most important of all – the PowerJet part number.

The part that starts with PT is a Laguna part number, so in this case, our part number is PT8200. Let’s use this to find spare parts using Laguna-Spares.co.uk!

Step 2: Find the right Spare Parts page

After finding your PowerJet model, locate to our homepage – Laguna-Spares.co.uk – and select PowerJet. If your PowerJet has a black or grey Laguna logo, make sure you press the old PowerJet icon (not the yellow one) for suitable spares. In our case, we have a yellow Laguna logo, so we will select the yellow PowerJet icon.

Now find the part you need on the diagram, and scroll down to find the parts table. Use the PT8200 column to find parts that are suited for your model. Easy and simple!

Wait – I don’t have a sticker on my casing?!

Open your casing up and see the sticker on the pump itself. This will be the same sticker as above containing the same information.

Still not sure? Contact us and we’ll do our best to figure out what model you have.

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  1. Alan Ashcroft

    Power jet 2900 US GPH (11000 LPH)

    Looking for dual control diverter valve for independent waterfall and fountain flow control

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