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How do i remove the clutch assembly so i can remove the plastic cover

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Hi Tamcoff - If its the same model as mine (and you can't always rely on the Parts Cattledog!!):

- to remove the bell housing; twist off the spring and using a T20 torx screwdriver unscrew the retaining screw in the centre of the housing (normal RH thread)
- place a large screwdriver in the slots of the cover to jam the impeller and using a copper drift (or similar) and hammer, tap sharply the in one of the clutch recesses (one of mine hasd 'OUT' embossed in it) unscrew the clutch from the drive shaft (normal RH thread)

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