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Removing motor from blower

How do you remove the blower assembly from the motor ? Pully looks like it's been pressed on at manufacturer.

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You are correct, we just automatically replace the blower wheel, and screw on the new one. You have to chisel the old one off, most of the time, to get it through the hole.

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