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Seals are leaking on my PB4-60 pump

I have removed the volute and am looking for the best way to remove imperller in order to change the seals

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O.k. we will call impeller front ok ? take back cover off look at end of shaft slot for screw driver? put screw driver in slot turn impeller off .

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The trick is to stop the shaft from spinning while you loosen the impeller. FYI they don't usually come off easily, the older the pump the harder it is to remove the impeller.
On the rear of the motor there is a slot where you can put a flat screw driver into the back of the shaft to stop it from spinning. Once the impeller is off you can remove the volute (rear housing) and change the seal.
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I have a waterway 48 frame pump that began leaking at the bottowm of the volute. Figured it could only be the o ring causing it to leak, I replaced that, but it continued to leak. Did not seem that the...


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Your pump seal is the most likely culprit. As the water leaks around the motor shaft it will trickle down to the bottom and drip off. Double check your drain plugs first to be sure it isn't one of them dripping. Assuming they are not, it is the seal.


Waterway pumps use a press-fit 1000 seal. It is not an 'easy' seal change compared to most. You may want to take it to a pump repair shop for the seal change and the shop warranty that should come with it in case it is not done perfectly. If you do it yourself, get a piece of 1" rigid PVC about 8" long with clean-cut squared off ends to use as a driver.


Remove the front pump cover exposing the impeller. Remove the cover plate off the back off the motor to expose the end of the shaft opposite the impeller. Depending on the motor, lock the shaft with a wrench, screwdriver or allen key then spin the impeller off counter-clockwise to expose both halves of the seal.


Remove the old pieces completely and replace them. Put a SMALL bead of silicone caulk along the beveled edge in the seal plate, line up the metal cup making sure you NEVER touch either seal face in the process, and then punch it down with a mallet and the PVC pipe. The ceramic piece can get a small amount of a synthetic lube or just use a little soapy water to ease pressing it into the impeller recess again making sure not to touch the polished seal face. Use clean rags or pieces of paper to cover the seal as you work with it.


If this answer does not fix your problem, please comment with additional details prior to rating the answer. You may also contact me thru our website at www.arrowpools.net. Positive feedback is appreciated once your problem is solved!

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I have a Polaris PB4-60 Booster Pump with a leaking seal. I have removed the Volute and removed the 4 bolts that hold the bracket to the motor. How do I remove the impeller? At the store they told me it...


You need to lock the other end of the motor shaft and then spin off the impeller. If you would like a quote on the replacement seal, contact us at www.arrowpools.net

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