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Sierra Tools Battery-Operated Liquid Transfer Pump, Model# JB5684

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  • Move liquids safely and easily with this convenient handheld pump
  • Pumps gas, water, oil and other non-corrosive liquids
  • Use in garage, aquariums, home and yard
  • Pumps up to 6 quarts of liquid per minute
  • Requires two "D" size batteries (not included)
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Product Description

You can buy all kinds of liquid transfer pumps, but without power they don't help you at all. That's why this battery-operated pump is such a smart choice. It can pump gas, water, oil and other non-corrosive liquids at a rate of 5-6 quarts/minute, making it a smart choice for the garage, aquarium, basement, shop or yard, especially if the power is out. Requires 2 D cell batteries (not included).

From the Manufacturer

Sierra-Tools 83-4840V Battery Operated Liquid Transfer Siphon Pump.

Product Details

Color: White
  • Product Dimensions: 26.2 x 3 x 3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
  • ASIN: B000HEBR3I
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: 83-4840V
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (671 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #791 in Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Home Improvement)
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94 of 95 people found the following review helpful By R. Traum on June 3, 2007
Color: White
I decided to take a chance with this product after running all over town to find something like it. Since I live in "hurricane country" the need to transfer gasoline for use in generators, etc is present all the time. I store the gas for my generator in 5 gallon cans, which when full, are very heavy. I was skeptical, but it worked better than I expected. It took me about 4-5 minutes to pump 2.5 gallons into my generator tank. I did not have to lift the can and did not risk spilling gas. Since it is battery powered it can be used when the power is out. All in all, I would recommend it for the average home user as long as it's not for heavy duty use.
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43 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Eric Loche on June 1, 2008
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This item works as described and is exactly what I need. The new gas tanks purchased from CA are, as you likely know, horrible on the environment, your back, and the gas bill. This item lets me pump the gas without spilling fuel all over. It pumps about 5 gallons in five-ten minutes. Not speedy, but it is reasonable and gives me time to tend to other matters. (I pump two 5 gal tanks onto my boat right at my dock.)
The hose included is cheap material, so be prepared to buy a higher quality and longer hose. (3/4 inside dia. with a hose clamp. 5' is what I have.) Also - unless this pump is exactly upright it will leak a little through the vent hole, not a big deal, just set it well and you're good.
It is simple construction so I expect it will last quite a while. The parts are lightweight and seem a little cheap, otherwise it'd get 5 stars.
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49 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Roger J. Blandford on November 26, 2013
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Received the pump an used it to transfer gasoline between tanks. The first four tanks of 6 gallons it worked great. The pump then went dead. I changed the batteries and still dead. I called Amazon and they authorized a return but I would have to pay shipping. The cost of shipping was over $10.00. I only paid 13.00 for it.
I took it apart to repair the pump. I found the following defects in manufacturing:
1. Poor solder joint on circuit board positive lead.
2. The insulation on positive wire (red wire) connecting to circuit board was ragged. This wire also had a short piece of extra wire leading away to nowhere that could cause a short.
3. Poor solder joint in negative wire (white).
4. With these repaired the pump was still inoperative. The ohm meter still showed an open going to the electric pump.
5. I removed the pump from the black intake and applied battery voltage direct to motor. Still inoperative.
6. I opened up the motor and found That one of the brushes was improperly installed. There are two sets of brushes with three fingers each that touch the commutator. Two of the fingers on one brush were not riding on the commutator. I reinstalled the fingers in the commutator an put pump back together. The pump now works, but very weakly.
This pump was cheaply made with poor quality control.
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49 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Burns Fisher on August 9, 2008
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I have a bad back, and it has been difficult to fill the gasoline tank on my lawn tractor and generator when gas can is nearly full. Even not full, it requires holding the tank at an odd angle. I did not have high expectations for this, but thought it would be worth a try.

The answer after my first try: It exceeded all expectations. The flow was fast enough to fill my tank in a minute or so (maybe less), but slow enough to feel easily controllable. The plastic outlet tube has a couple of places where it can bend easily without crimping (a bellows kind of arrangement like a kids bendy-straw). The switch is conveniently located on the top of the handle. When you turn off the switch the flow stops quickly and both the outlet hose and the 'wand' in the tank drain quickly. When I took it out of the tank, there were no drips, though not surprisingly it still smelled of gas. (I left it outside in the sun for a while and then stored it in a sheltered, but outside location.)

I half expected it to say "not for flammable liquds" or something. It did warn about not using it for paint thinner, but it is pretty explicit about being ok for gasoline. Note that the pump impeller is at the bottom of the wand that sticks in the gas tank, and the motor, switch, and batteries at the top so the electrical stuff is fairly far from the gasoline.

One possible caveat: They warn not to pump to a level higher than the top of the wand. I'm not sure why that is. I don't imagine that pump has ALL that much lift It was ok for my tractor, but I'm not sure if it will be for the generator. Another thing, when I put the gas can on the ground beside the tractor (actually in a little wagon so I can wheel the gas can out), the clear hose was just long enough to reach.
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109 of 125 people found the following review helpful By David Block on December 12, 2009
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Ah, what hopes we all have for a bargain. And most anything under $10 is just that. And yet... and yet... along comes the JB4840 Battery Operated Liquid Transfer Pump. Now, we live out in the hinterlands of Georgia - don't get much more hinter than this - and we needed something simple to, well, transfer liquids... fuel a small tractor, remove water from the catch basin around the old Christmas tree. Ol' JB arrives... works for 3 minutes... we put it away, our new and treasured bargain... we take it out for its big presentation to Georgian mechanized society... she don't work no more. We go through 3 sets of batteries, just to be sure... nothing. Alas, a fool and his $10 soon are parted. Don't try to check the seals; the thing is held together by faith alone, fashioned of plastic fittings cheaper than the promise of a local politician (school board AND county). I've given it one star because of the bright colors on the box. Perhaps the box will work as a siphon? I envy those who have been able to use theirs once, let alone twice.
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