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How many impeller fit on the pump


Impellers, vary. You can't put any impeller on a motor! Things to take into consideration for proper water movement / hydraulics, is the different parts of the volute: where the tide housed. You have the:
  • Impeller
  • Diffuser
  • Wear Ring
  • Shaft Seal
  • Seal Plate
The impeller also had to match the HP! If impeller is oversized, the motor will be over worked! If impeller is under sized, then the motor will work effortlessly, but is a waste, because it should at least be at capacity. Even if within the same manufacturer, impellers vary widely. So, find the correct impeller and use it.

Mar 13, 2015 | Pool & Spa

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Remove impeller pool pump


look to make sure there is no ***** in the center of the impeller, if so, it loosens to the right. the impeller will come off by turning it to the left (facing the impeller) if you still have trouble with the impeller, search your area for your ''local pool pump motor repair guy'' with free testing.
he should be able to save the impeller and install a new seal for around $20.
remember to prime the pump with water after any repair !

Jan 03, 2014 | A O Smith Motors Pool & Spa

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Need to remove the impeller


Turn off the system at the breaker,
Undo bolts for housing and separate the motor from the pump to access the impeller. Some styles of motors have a screw that is reverse threaded holding the impeller in place, if it has one , remove the screw. Once you have access to the impeller you can use a big pair of channel locks to turn the impeller. Take off the back cover of the motor or remove the plastic or metal cap that is covering the shaft. Use a wrench to hold the back end of the shaft as you unscrew the impeller.

Aug 29, 2013 | AO Smith Pool Pump Motor Hayward Swimming...

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Need to replace pump Impeller on A.O. Smith Century Centurion Pool & Spa Duty Switchless Pump


To get to the Impeller you need to remove a series of bolts, or a large clamp, that holds the two halves of the pump together. Once you do that, if their is a diffuser (housing that goes over the impeller), remove it. To remove the impeller, you need to lock the motor shaft. You can do this a couple different ways depending on the motor. There will either be a small cap that grants access to the motor shaft on the back of the motor, or you remove a larger housing that grants access to the wiring and other components in the back of the motor. If it's the small cap, then you can hold the shaft with a wrench. If it's the larger housing, then you can slip a wrench (probably 7/16") under the thermal overload switch and onto the shaft to lock it in place. Now you can unscrew the impeller. Check to see if the impeller has a screw in the center. If so remove this first. It will be reverse thread. The impeller should spin off counter clockwise. If the impeller is very tight, be careful not to damage it. If you don't have an impeller wrench, I strap wrench, or very large locking pliers with a rag around the impeller works well. Hope this helps. If you need further assistance post a reply in the comments, and don't hesitate to leave a good thumb rating if you found this helpful. Thanks, and good Luck!

Oct 11, 2010 | AO Smith Pool Pump Motor Hayward Swimming...

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Remove the Impeller on the motor of dishwasher


you can acess the impeller, by removing the lower spray arm, ther are 5 torx scrws holding the motor cover down, then from ther ther are 2 additional torx 15 screws covering the pump outlet and impeller housing, the impeller is spring loaded in place.

May 15, 2010 | Dishwashers

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Trying to replace motor cant figure out how to remove impeller,


Might be a screw in middle of impeller with reverse thread. If so, remove. Remove back cover of motor, hold center shaft with wrench and unscrew impeller from shaft.

May 05, 2010 | Hayward 1.5hp Pool Pump Motor Motor A O...

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My Hayward just hums when I turn it on and after a few seconds the breaker pops.


You will need to disassemble the pump and check the impeller. remove any debris and try turning the impeller by hand. If it does not move or is dragging, you will need to overhaul the pump. Possibly a shaft seal leak has damaged the motor bearing(s). Replace the shaft seal and motor bearings. If the motor is badly deteriorated, you might need to replace the motor. Note... the impeller turns counterclockwise to loosen. you may need special tools to grip and hold the motor shaft and the impeller to prevent damage to the impeller. If the impeller is seized on the shaft from rust, you may have to break it to get it off. reassemble with teflon lubricant on the shaft threads when reinstalling the impeller. This will prevent seizure later.

Apr 10, 2010 | Hayward 2HP Pool Pump Motor A O Smith...

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REMOVE IMPELLER FROM SHAFT A O SMITH PUMP MOTOR HIFLO


The impeller is threaded onto the motor shaft, take the back cover off and use a wrench to hold the motor shaft, then turn the impeller counter clockwise to remove.

Mar 15, 2010 | Plumbing

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Pump disassembly


I removed the impeller on my DW761UQB. The instructions were molded into the plastic pump housing. This is how I DID MINE: Remove motor mount screws. Remove the chopper screw (screw only goes into impeller, not motor shaft). Remove chopper and rotate/remove strainer. Place socket or wrench on impeller tip and place another wrench on rear of motor's plastic fan. Unscrew fan from impeller shaft ( threads are LEFT handed, turn CW). Once fan is 'backed off' of the impeller, CAREFULLY pry the motor/fan from pump housing (impeller is attached to motor shaft via splines). Don't crack the delicate plastic pump housing. Mine was stuck, but separated with moderate force. Now remove the impeller/seals from the pump housing. This worked for MY above mentioned model, I don't know what other models it applies to. I am not a pro.

Sep 25, 2008 | Dishwashers

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Frigidaire dishwasher impeller melted! Can't find replacement part!


I have the same problem and after talking to a local service center and doing some online research (remember: Google is your friend) I have discovered this is considered a non-serviceable part and you must buy the entire motor. The impeller comes with the motor. This is probably not the answer you were hoping but is what you have to do. With that said, I plan to JB Weld the ****** back on the motor shaft!

Jun 18, 2008 | Dishwashers

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